Because the coronavirus pandemic was anticipated by Michael Jackson, his former bodyguard claims that he was often seen wearing face masks when out and about because he was aware of its dangers.
Former employee Matt Fiddes claims that, despite the fact that Jacko didn’t forecast this pandemic, his constant usage of masks was because he was aware that infectious illnesses may spread this way and wanted to protect himself.
According to the 41-year-old, “he realized that a natural calamity was always there. He was constantly aware that we may be wiped out at any time, and he was always prepared. That’s a contagious disease.
For example, one day, he traveled through four nations while on an airplane with other passengers.
As far as Matt was concerned, being pictured with Michael while he was masked up was embarrassing.
Matthew would remark, ‘Matt if you get sick, I won’t be able to play in front of my fans.'” A few concerts are in the works for me. There’s a reason I’m here. Keep your voice in good condition, because you never know who you’ll run into today and what you might pass on to them.”
If Jackson were alive, Fiddes said he’d say “I told you so” to everyone who is now required to wear a face mask to prevent transmission of the coronavirus.
In 2009, Jackson died at the age of 50.
The bodyguard further said that the musician would find the situation irritating because no one had listened to him and ‘they didn’t take him seriously.
In an interview, he revealed how Michael Jackson wasn’t a germophobe, but he took every measure to ensure that his followers weren’t let down.
I think there are some people who owe Michael an apology because of what we know about the coronavirus and the general public’s increased awareness of how these viruses and bacteria travel.
In light of the current scenario, it goes without saying that you should continue to use your face mask while out and about, especially inside.
If you can, stay at home as much as possible and go out only when absolutely necessary.