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Prince al Waleed
A member of the Saudi royal family, Prince al Waleed is one of the most influential people in the world. But through a series of unfortunate connections, the man is linked with a washed-out former child star.
November 6, 2008 7:10 by Louis
The King of Pop was then at the top of his game. The Bad album sold over 32m copies worldwide and spawned seven US number ones – more than any other album. The 16-month Bad world tour played to record crowds: in total, 4.4m fans paid to see the show; Jackson had a personal bus, plane and helicopter on call throughout.
In retrospect, the tour was about as good as got for Jackson. The 1991 follow up, Dangerous, sold slightly fewer copies, and it was around this time cracks began to appear in his image – if not his cosmetic surgery. He had two quickee marriages, fathered two children, and had to fend off allegations of child abuse. One of his most vocal supporters was…
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