By now it should go without saying that the Leaving Neverland documentary has had a profound influence on the public in regards to Michael Jackson's legacy, whereas now the universally regarded King of Pop has since been muted by radio stations across the world. Sure enough, as the dust settles there will still be individuals who feel conflicted over listening to the iconic singer, though one of MJ's accusers doesn't believe that should be his main focus.
Recently TMZ caught up with Wade Robson at LAX, where when asked about whether his fans should mute Jackson's music in consideration of the alleged abuse, he simply stated that the matter really wasn't his concern.
"That's everybody's individual journey," Robson said to the reporter, "if I have any hope it's just that we question in general who we're worshiping and why, so it's beyond Michael."
The reporter then asked for clarification on whether he considers it acceptable to listen to the music, to which he replied: "I mean I don't have any moral authority to make a judgment for everyone else on that. I don't listen to his music because I have a personal experience with it, but that's everyone's individual choice."
He then refrained from speaking out on his doubters, such as singer Aaron Carter who recently said he wanted to punch Robson in the face, by simply suggesting that "people will believe whatever they want to believe."