Friday, November 14, 2008

Your Mama Hears...

...from a very reliable source we'll call Ivana Snitch that Michael isn't the only Jackson with recent real estate woes.

Although we find LaToya Jackson a glorious enigma of strange, we do not normally trouble ourselves with any of the Jacksons who aren't Michael. However, according to Miss Snitch, Michael's big brother Jermaine and his third wifey Halima Rashid were recently evicted from the 4 bedroom and 5 bathroom house they had been leasing in "The Oaks" community in Calabasas. Oh dear.

But children, that's not even the juiciest part of the story. According to Miss Snitch, Mister Jermaine rather bizarrely attempted to make off with the kitchen appliances even though they belong to the landlord. What is up with these Jackson people and their constant real estate dramatics?

Anyhoo, Miss Snitch assures us, thankfully, that the matter has been resolved and the stove and etc. have been returned.

Just rumor and gossip children, rumor and gossip.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

The jacksons are black trash and Im black.

Carla In California said...

How very sad for the Jackson family again.:( No wonder the Jackson Brothers were pushing for a reunion tour.... money is running low and needs a boost. I hope Jermaine and Michael both get serious financial help.

Ring! Ring! Hello? Suze Orman?

Anonymous said...

Financial help is only a fraction of the kind of help any of the Jacksons need. That link to LaToya on the GoFugYourself blog was priceless.

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately Suze Orman might be out of reach for them...

Anonymous said...

With regard to Anon 4:22's reply, it doesn't matter if the Jackson's are black, white or purple--they are trash, plain and simple. Used to be rich trash, but still trash. The picture of LaToya was priceless!!!! OMG, I'm still laughing AT her, not WITH her.

Ivy Lane said...

What would everyone be saying if they weren't "The Jacksons", if they were "regular" folk, in financial trouble, losing their homes???..like MILLIONS of other people throughout the country...

Anonymous said...

Um.. probably because of things like the stealing the kitchen appliances from the landlord.

so_chic_darling said...

Why doesn't Miss Janet Jackson help out if she's worth 200 million?

lil' gay boy said...

For the love of God… even her bra's crooked.

Anonymous said...

Let's not just mention the bra, her entire face is crooKed.

Anonymous said...

Maybe they can find a school to move next to like mikey the pedophile.

Mikey said...

Hey my name is also mikey. what all are you talking about me. Anyways jokes apart nice efforts dear.

Anonymous said...

LONDON (AP) — The son of an Arab monarch took the King of Pop to court Monday, charging that Michael Jackson took $7 million as an advance on an album and an autobiography that he never produced.

Lawyers for Sheikh Abdulla bin Hamad Al Khalifa of Bahrain say the money was given to Jackson as an advance on the book and joint recording project with the sheikh, who is an amateur songwriter. Jackson claims the money was a gift.

Jackson and Al Khalifa were not at London's Royal Courts of Justice as the trial opened. Jackson's lawyers said he would seek permission to testify by video link from the United States.

Bankim Thanki, a lawyer for Al Khalifa, said the royal first spoke to Jackson by telephone while the singer was on trial in California on charges of child molestation.

Al Khalifa wanted to work with Jackson on rebuilding his career, Thanki said. To that end, the sheikh spent millions paying Jackson's legal fees, moving him to Bahrain and supporting Jackson, his family and entourage.

The expenses included $350,000 for a European vacation for Jackson and his associates, Thanki said.

"The cost even included the expenses of bringing out Mr. Jackson's hairdresser," Thanki said. "It's not a conventional commercial dispute."

The lawyer said Jackson and the sheikh became close and at one time both were living in a palace in Abu Dhabi owned by Al Khalifa's father, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, the king of the oil-rich country. The singer stayed nearly a full year in Bahrain as a guest of the son, who serves as the governor of the country's Southern Province.

Thanki acknowledged that Al Khalifa gave some gifts to Jackson but said that most of what Jackson received was part of a business deal.

The gifts, he said, "were essentially personal effects — watches, jewelry."

Jackson's finances fell apart after he was arrested in 2003 over allegations he molested a 13-year-old boy at his ranch. A jury cleared him of all the charges.

Last week he was forced to give up the deed on Neverland, a 2,500-acre (1,000 hectare) miniature amusement park in California named for the mythical land of Peter Pan.