- Michael Jackson's 'leftovers' are still making huge money when it comes to auctions
- The late pop star socks are being auctioned by his former music executive
- Alongside the socks, there is a document signed by the pop star and both are said to be worth over GHc 5,535,000
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The late Michael Jackson's flashy socks, worn during his performance of Billie Jean in the 1983 TV special Motown 25, are being auctioned in the United States.
The socks were from the first time the artiste busted the Moonwalk moves on stage and are expected to cash in millions of dollars.
According to TMZ, the socks are said to be part of the Frank DiLeo collection and could cost up to around Ksh 100 million and there are buyers ready for the auction.
The late Frank DiLeo was a music executive who had signed Michael Jackson to his Epic records for five years between 1984 and 1989.
The socks will be accompanied by a signed document from Michael Jackson to DiLeo showing the awarding of the socks as a gift.
In other stories, RuQuan Brown aka ''Ru'', a multi-talented high school senior has made impressive gains after he was accepted into 24 colleges including 7 Ivy League schools and 16 full scholarships.
Some of the schools include Howard, Georgetown, William & Mary, Cornell, Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Dartmouth, Army and Temple University to name a few. Brown remains focused with a clear mission as he continues to make remarkable impact in the classroom, on the field, and within his community.
Becauseofthemwecan.com reports that the 17-year-old is using his pain to fuel every effort, scoring a 3.9 grade point average at the number one academic public school.
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