Michael Jackson's brother JERMAINE is urging the pop superstar to sell his Neverland Ranch estate, quit America and live overseas - because he has been treated terribly by his home nation.
The DO WHAT YOU DO singer appeared on newsman Larry King's CNN show last night (15JUN05) to rejoice after the King of Pop's legal victory on Monday (13JUN05).
And when King asked the pop star if he could clear up speculation about his brother's plans to move away from America, Jackson stated, "I would. I'm pretty sure (he will).
"Michael's an American, he's born here, he's done so much for the world, so much for people, so much for America and I say it again, the US should be proud, the US should be proud that he's been such a positive representation from America for the world and instead they're the ones that are trying to put him under."
Jermaine revealed his brother is spoiled for choice when it comes to potential new homes: "We've always had a love for other places outside the US... He needs to go and get some rest somewhere."16/06/2005 21:36