Michael Jackson is known to some people as an eccentric. While the Beat It hitmaker was certainly one of the most prolific and successful pop stars of all time, his personal life often made headlines as well. In particular, Jackson confused some people when it was revealed he has built a place called Neverland.
The Neverland ranch was a place for Jackson to enjoy the delights of being a child in his own back yard.
This expansive piece of his property included a ferris wheel, a number of rides, a zoo, and cinemas.
During his time owning this piece of land, Jackson allowed a number of children in to play, and generally have a great time.
During an interview in 2005 with Geraldo Rivera, Jackson touched upon why he ventured out to do this.
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The account posted a photo of the late artist, and posted a comment made by him decades ago.
“‘Off The Wall … meant a great deal to me,” the account wrote.
“‘Because its eventual success proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that a former ‘child star’ could mature into a recording artist with contemporary appeal’ – Michael Jackson.”
The tweet concluded with the date it was posted, which coincided with the date of the original release date of the album.