How did Michael Jackson Die – Cause of Death
Michael Jackson die at the age of 50 in Los Angeles, California from a Cardiac arrest caused by a fatal combination of drugs.
According to analysis after 72 hours of his death, he became the ninth most covered news in electronic media.
- Full name:- Michael Joseph Jackson
- Born:- August 29, 1958
- Died:- June 25, 2009
- Cause of Death:- Cardiac arrest
Michael Jackson Achievements & History –
Michael Jackson is one of the famous American singers, songwriters, and dancers. So many times he becomes controversial due to his changing appearance, behavior, and lifestyle. He is one of the best-selling music artists of all time estimated sales of over three fifty Million records.
Michael Jackson was awarded thirty-nine Guinness world records, thirteen Grammy Awards, twenty-nine American music awards, and sixteen world music awards. He was the most successful entertainer of all time.
Jackson performing at the age of 5. He starts his solo carrier in 1971. Some of his best-selling albums are off the wall (1979), Thriller (1982), Bad (1987), Dangerous (1991), and History (1995). The Thriller become the best-selling album of all time with sales of 66 million copies.
Details about Michael Jackson’s Family –
Michael Joseph Jackson was born on August 29, 1958, in Indiana near Chicago. His mother Katherine Jackson and his father Joe Jackson. He grew up with three sisters and five brothers.
Lisa Marie Presley met Michael Jackson at the age of seven years old but the relation happened much later in 1992. The pair started dating but they went public with the relationship in August 1994. She is an American singer-songwriter both were connected based on their similar childhood upbringings. Due to irreconcilable differences on December 10, 1995, Jackson and Lia Marie filed divorce papers and announced their separation in 1996.
Next, Michael marry Debbie Rowe on November 14, 1996. They had three children together Prince, Paris, and Blanket. Later, both were divorced on October 8, 1999.
Jackson founded the Heal the world foundation in 1992, this foundation helps children threatened by war, poverty, and disease. On May 14, 1984, Jackson has rewarded a humanitarian Award by president Ronald Reagan for his support free of alcohol and drug abuse charities and anti-drunk driving efforts.
He was twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for his humanitarian work in 1998 and 2003. The timing of his death made Jackson ineligible for nomination. But at last Jackson’s song “Man in the Mirror” was performed at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in the finale of 2009.