Elton John makes a surprising statement about Michael Jackson long after his passing.

Elton John’s memoir, “Me,” provides a glimpse into his life filled with captivating stories and experiences, offering a window into the unpredictable and highly publicized world of entertainment.

Having enjoyed a career spanning decades, the 75-year-old musician’s memoir has garnered significant attention.

While the memoir covers a range of topics, it is Elton John’s reflections on the late Michael Jackson that have made headlines.

Elton’s connection with Jackson dates back to the latter’s teenage years. The memoir discusses how Jackson’s public image changed over time, with Elton attributing some of this transformation to prescription drug use.

Elton describes Jackson as a charming young man but notes that he later became isolated and detached from reality. He goes on to suggest that Jackson appeared mentally unstable in his later years, characterizing him as a “disturbing presence.”

Regarding the allegations of sexual abuse that have surrounded Jackson, Elton implies that Jackson struggled to interact with adults, though he does not elaborate on this point.

In recent years, Elton John has faced health challenges, leading him to postpone his “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” tour to 2023. Additionally, reports suggest that he declined an invitation to perform at King Charles’ impending coronation, a decision that has sparked interest given his memorable performance at Princess Diana’s funeral.

The memoir and Elton John’s experiences serve as a reminder that even iconic figures like him face life’s highs and lows, both on and off the stage.

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