During a 1993 Oprah interview with Michael Jackson he speaks in depth on a number of issues about him growing up in fear of his father, feeling ugly and being teased.
He explained how being around children was something that made him happy because he himself never had a childhood.
Michael also talked about how he was proud to be a black man and that his skin condition “vitiligo” was something that he had absolutely no control over. He shows in his voice how the media and all the lies surrounding his life and medical condition really just tore him up inside.
I couldn't imagine how it was to be Michael Jackson living a life trying to make everybody happy and for the most part being very sad himself.
Below is part 3 of the interview. For the full interview go here.