Contrary to what business associate Leonard Rowe has said for weeks, he was not employed by the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson ! In shocking documents unearthed by Radar Online, Michael Jackson had fired Rowe well over a month prior to his death and expected ‘This Is It’ tour. “I have decided to streamline my business operations at this time,” Jackson wrote in a letter intended to remove Rowe from his business dealings. “Accordingly, this is to inform you that you do not represent me and I do not wish to have any oral or written communications with you regarding the handling of my business and/or personal matters.” For weeks Rowe has been making rounds on various talk shows and other media outlets with accusations about AEG Live and Jackson’s lifestyle prior to his untimely death. But according to Radar Online, Rowe’s actions speak louder than his words. In fact, Rowe was not only dismissed by Michael Jackson but dismissed and sued at the hands of R. Kelly and Ne-Yo in years past. In related news, a film based on Michael Jackson’s rehearsal footage for his ‘This Is It’ tour may arrive in theaters as early as October 30. The flick, currently in negotiations with Sony Pictures, is alleged to be valued at $60 million. An official announcement is expected to be made later this week regarding the film and its distribution.
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