Michael Jackson was known as “The King of Pop” because of his groundbreaking albums and is truly missed over a decade past his last day on earth.
When he released 1982’s Thriller and 1987’s Bad would have been record breaking trending on social media if it was around back in those days. The man accumulated a plethora of hits – including 13 No. 1 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 – that changed pop music forever.
The daughter of Michael Jackson took to social media to pay homage to her famous father. Paris can be seen smiling as she hugs her dad in the first photo that was edited by the magic of photoshop.
She then uploaded footage of her dancing with her dad as a child with her sibling Prince stating: “12 years…RIP…love and miss you, daddy.”
The final photo was another altered image with Paris with her mother Debbie Rowe and Michael Jackson.
“The King Of Pop” was not only married to Debbie Rowe, but also famously known daughter of Elvis Presley, Lisa-Marie, is remembered in an article with The Express gave thoughts on her ex-husband on his passing with Oprah Winfrey.
Speaking with Oprah in 2010, Lisa Marie revealed that the last person to stand over Jackson’s body at the funeral was her.
Oprah had asked Elvis Presley’s daughter: “As you stood over his casket, were you able to make peace?”
After pausing, Lisa Marie replied: “No, I don’t think I could make peace then.
“It was more like I wanted to apologize for not being around.”
Michael Jackson’s fellow legends also had the urge to remember their friend on social media. Smokey Robinson who helped to write some of the songs for Michael Jackson when he was kid sensation took the time to remember his friend.
— Smokey Robinson (@smokeyrobinson) June 25, 2021
Of course, all his fans reminisced on the man who provided them entertainment over the years. One fan wrote, ‘We still can never say goodbye to you. Thank you for the magic. Forever & Always 🕊 ‘.
— ♕ (@70sMJlegion) June 25, 2021
Yes. And, objectively speaking, it felt like the music loved you like you loved the music. It went beyond being a talent and gift. I felt that way, nowhere else. #12YearsWithoutMichaelJackson
— Maninthemirrordoe (@mitmdoe) June 25, 2021
The hashtag #12YearsWithoutMichaelJackson started trending on June 25th as the tributes poured in as you can see below.
— Constantinos Isaias (@IsaiasThoughts) June 24, 2021
From June25.2009, the world has become a worse place without you. Let’s remember Michael Jackson, the truly King of Pop and the great humanitarian.He has fulfilled his mission on Earth.He made it a better place. You will never be forgotten King👑 #12YearsWithoutMichaelJackson pic.twitter.com/j6ps2tPqLr
— Füvesi Felícia🇭🇺 (@FuvesiF) June 24, 2021
— Cohiba 🌹 (@Cohiba42794785) June 25, 2021
— Joe (@jo12jo12) June 25, 2021
— madison ♡ (@offthedestiny) June 25, 2021
— BML ♛ (@BlackMJLegion) June 25, 2021