Now that the Leaving Neverland documentary has been officially released, it's likely every celebrity under the sun will be asked about their thoughts on the accusations, while it appears that there's a few that would prefer to leave his legacy where it is. 

Recently, TMZ caught up with another icon in Stevie Wonder, where the singer seemed to disregard the recent controversy in consideration to the impact of his legendary career. When asked about how fans should perceive his music due to the alleged abuse, Stevie Wonder said: "He's died, he's dead, hopefully we can continue the legacy of inspiration that he's given a lot of kids and a lot of people."  

Meanwhile, however, celebrities like John Legend and DL Hughley have said it's hard not to ignore the supposed evidence against him, with Hughley recently suggesting that society gave MJ a pass throughout his career because of his talent.

Source: TMZ