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Michael Jackson fans spray-paint ‘MJ’s Innocent’ on radio station’s van after music ban

Michael Jackson fans spray-paint ‘MJ’s Innocent’ on radio station’s van after music ban

 Fix Radio announced on Wednesday morning it would no longer play the music icons songs after programme director Graham Mack said the station is “the no nonce-sense radio station” Mr Mack labelled Jackson a “paedophile” and stated listeners “won’t want to hear Michael Jackson again” after watching the controversial documentary Leaving Neverland The programme director added Jackson “ruined people’s lives” and “was America’s Jimmy Savile” Related articles Michael Jackson ‘INNOCENT’ campaign: Posters go up on London buses Michael Jackson documentary: Is James Safechuck married?  Upon announcing the ban, Mr Mack said: “He was one of our core artists  “We played a lot of Michael Jackson songs but Michael Jackson was a paedophile. “He ruined people’s lives, he wrecked families “‘MJ’s Innocent’ written on the Radio’s van in Surrey (Image: SWNS) In his damning assessment, he added: “Michael Jackson was America’s Jimmy Savile  “We don’t play Gary Glitter, we don’t play Rolf Harris and from now on we won’t be playing Michael Jackson  “He was a nonce. This is Fix Radio, the no nonce-sense radio station.” The van in question was targeted after it was left outside a building site in Banstead, Surrey on Thursday afternoon Michael Jackson songs have been banned by Fix Radio (Image: PA) Related articles Piers Morgan: GMB host weighs into Leaving Neverland controversy Michael Jackson Leaving Neverland documentary: Music CLIMBS chart  Mr Mack said: “A staff member had gone onto the building site to deliver sandwiches and when they came back it had been vandalised ” DAB station Fix Radio airs in London and Manchester. It was launched in April 2017  Leaving Neverland is a Channel 4 documentary aired this week and featured Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who both claim they were sexually abused by Jackson when they were children  The Jackson family have denied the allegations against the late singer, saying the HBO and Channel 4 film is “all about the money”

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