Macaulay Culkin jokes about Michael Jackson abuse scandal during podcast taping


Prior to the documentary's airing, Culkin previously opened up about his friendship with Jackson, claiming that no "weirdness" transpired between them.

Speaking on his "Bunny Ears" podcast, the Home Alone actor seemingly joked about claims made in the controversial documentary Leaving Neverland - in front of his daughter Paris Jackson.

The actor jokingly asked Al: "I'm going to ask you a very serious question; what was your relationship like with Michael Jackson?".

For the Show interviewed Culkin the musicians and Parodi most Weird Al Yankovic (59). "I met him two or three times, he was pretty sweet to me", to which the actor replied, "Sounds awesome, he sounds really cool, yeah..."

Paris Jackson is continuing to slam tabloid reports claiming she was hospitalized after a suicide attempt.

Culkin has defended Paris' father, Michael, over the years again and again against the allegations of abuse, however, since the release of "Leaving Neverland" to this short remark is not expressed.

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"Sounds incredible, he sounds really cool, yeah".

The two on the scandal surrounding Michael Jackson.

"I have no say in that matter. Yes, he always had your videos kind of playing constantly", shared Culkin.

"[Michael] reached out to me because a lot of things were happening, big and fast with me and I think he identified with that", he said. There you go, validation.

Speaking on Michael Rosenbaum's Inside of You podcast in January, the 38-year-old said, "At the end of the day, it's nearly easy to say it was weird or whatever, but it wasn't because it made sense". "In an excess of caution, and in response to the controversy over the HBO film called Leaving Neverland, which directly involved allegations of abuse against children, we removed those objects while we carefully consider the situation more fully". "At the end of the day, we were friends".