King of Pop Michael Jackson (1958-2009) Rest in Peace

Courtesy CNN.COM

Courtesy CNN.COM

We at PakTeaHouse join the rest of the world in mourning the passing of the King of Pop.   For many of us,   he was the only face of western music in Pakistan the 1980s.   We grew up admiring him, trying to moonwalk like him and trying to scream like him.  

The King led a tormented life.  May he rest in peace now.   As for us,  we were lucky to have lived in the era of the King of Pop.

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6 responses to “King of Pop Michael Jackson (1958-2009) Rest in Peace

  1. Danial Burki

    His music really kept hope alive in Pakistan during the 80s. I vividly recall “Wannabe Startin’ Something” blaring in Raja Bazar, Rawalpindi, at a time when the Great Satan Zia-ul Haq was trying to stuff Islam down our throats.

    I wish his genius hadn’t been polluted by controversy, but that seems to come with the turf.

    Truly an icon.

  2. Rakesh

    RIP MJ!
    You gave us great moments while you were alive.
    Gods wanted to see your moonwalk so they called you back.

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  4. We feel that Michael Jackson has left us so early, with just his music and our memories. Our prayers go out to his family. I love you so much, and never got the chance to go to a concert. I honestly think you

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  6. I regret the loss of the King of Pop Michael Jackson! Jacko is a legend. I hope he gets where he is now, finally in peace.
    Leave also your last greeting at Michael Jackson on our site, thanks.
    a big and now sad fan