- Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, sadly passed away 11 years ago
- Jackson is one of the best-selling music artists of all time with estimated sales of over 350 million records worldwide
- Fans have flooded social media and even gathered at his family home in honour of Jackson's 11th death anniversary
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It has been 11 years since pop legend Michael Jackson passed away. There is no denying the invaluable influence he had on the 20th-century pop culture and the music industry as a whole.
YEN.com.gh has seen the endless tribute pour in as fans remember the legend 11 years after his passing.
Jackson was an iconic American singer, dancer, entertainer, and artist whose name is literally known and respected all over the globe.
Starting his career in the 1970s, Jackson’s career boomed in the late 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s. There was not a single person who was not obsessed with the iconic track Thriller.
Jackson is one of the best-selling music artists of all time, with estimated sales of over 350 million records worldwide.
Beat It, Thriller, Man In The Mirror, The Way You Make Me Feel and Billie Jean are just a few of the iconic tracks that Jackson blessed the world with, songs that will never be forgotten.
Fans from all over have gathered outside the Jackson family home in Gary, USA to honour the late legend on his 11th death anniversary.
Even though Jackson has been gone for some time, his legacy lives on and his loyal fan base has never faded out.
Social media has been buzzing with posts of remembrance and tributes to the King of Pop. It is truly amazing to see how Jackson’s legacy still runs strong.
In another report, a religious man has been captured in Accra screaming out loud with all the seriousness he could muster after the earth tremor occurred.
His question, "What do you want from the world?" The video, tagged as "aftermath of earth tremor", was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of Ameyaw Debrah.
It is gathered from the footage that this occurred after the third shock of the serious earth tremor was experienced in parts of Accra, with the epicentre reported to be at Gbawe.
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