Macaulay Culkin calls friendship with Michael Jackson ‘Normal’
Michael Jackson controversial childhood friend, Macauley Culkin has recounted that his friendship with Jackson started in 1990, when the Pop star reached out to him.
Macaulay said that his longtime friendship with the King of Pop is “normal” and without hinges till death took him away 10 years ago.
He said this as a guest on a podcast, Inside of you, hosted by Michael Rosenbaum. Culkin has been quiet for decades now but hope to start educating people on what transpired between him and the King of Pop, which made people to view their relationship as controversial.
“A lot of things were happening big and fast with me, and I think he identified with that … I was a peerless person, and he had been through the exact same freaking thing. He wanted to make sure I wasn’t alone.”
Jackson’s childhood friend, Macauley, went on to describe the great singer who is also called the greatest entertainer of all time as hilarious and sweet.
He also describe the late Michael as funny and one who like prank-calling.
Check out Inside of you podcast with michael rosenbaum to get the entire story.