[quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="dezzzR"]
the media is overplaying this.</P>
You had me until this statement. This is the most legendary musician in history besides maybe Bob Marley and John Lennon. That is also debatable. Like I said, this will be the most famous person who dies in our life. I have been trying to think of another one and the only person I can think of is Ali.
come on landon. hes a sick child molester until he dies, then hes a great person? listen i understand its about his music, but this man wasnt a role model by any means. </P>
Elvis was not in "our lifetime". I am not saying he was a role model either bro. No one is happy for the things he did. They are not making him out to be a great person. Every thing on the news shows everything he did musically and then all the bad **** that happened. Everyone knows the type of person he was and it was clear he had many screws lose. I am just saying when someone dies it is not the best time to bad mouth them. 3 kids don't have a father anymore....
Elvis was actually a scumbag human being also. I will never forget what he said about black people. "All they can do for me is buy my records and shine my shoes". Anyways getting back to the point, Elvis is nowhere near the global icon that Mike is and it's not even close. Whacko Jacko was no saint by any means, but his contributions to both music and entertainment should be recognized. ****, some of you guys were probably brought into this world while your parents were bumping his ****.</P>