In the episode, which features the voice of Jackson for a large bald man Homer meets in a mental institution with delusions of being the King of Pop.
"I am aware that in light of this documentary the show has caused emotional reactions".
"I'd really not talk about it anymore because I don't want to belabor it", he said.More news: Jazz owner Gail Miller addresses Russell Westbrook incident
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In the statement, Vuitton stressed that the documentary has caused the fashion house "the greatest pain".
The controversy comes as fans of the late singer prepare to commemorate the 10th anniversary of his death in June.
Jackson played the character of Leon Kompowsky, a burly patient in a psychological hospital who claims to be the music legend, and he insisted on a scene where he and young Bart Simpson sing a song together, and the lyrics take on a creepier meaning after the new allegations surfaced. The tribute show is actually endorsed by the Jackson Family Foundation. "It referred only to his public life that we all know and to his legacy that has influenced a whole generation of artists and designers".
Paris Jackson doesn't have anytime for internet trolls. These include a pleated shendyt similar to that worn by Jackson in the Remember the Time video; a collection of flag-print pieces inspired by We are the World; a jumper, hoodie and a shirt and pants with cartoon figures from The Wiz, the 1978 all-black musical version that starred Jackson; a T-shirt printed with an image of the singer's loafers and socks; and a jacket based on the three-zip red version worn by Jackson in the video for Beat It. There was also a bevy of layered tailoring in shades of gray, outerwear festooned with Vuitton's famous monogram, plus shirts, sweaters and trenchcoats with flag prints. The brand said it plans to pull pieces "that directly [feature] Michael Jackson elements" from production, and that the collection that ultimately goes to stores will "purely reflect the true values of the brand and of our artistic director".