The King of Pop has been accused of molesting James Safechuck and Wade Robson in a damning new documentary, titled "Leaving Neverland". In the film, the two men detail their experiences as alleged victims of the "Thriller" singer when they were kids.
Aaron Carter attacked the pair on Monday, March 11, insisting their allegations were false, and now The Game has stepped forward to defend the King of Pop.
In an Instagram post on Tuesday, he wrote: "Let The King Rest."
He added a middle-finger emoji and a photo of Jackson with his mouth covered.
The Game also changed his profile picture to the graphic used in support of Jackson.
Fellow rap star Juice WRLD has also taken to Twitter to share his thoughts on the drama, adding: "Rip to the legend Michael Jackson let the legend rest and his legacy stand."
Rip to the legend Michael Jackson let the legend rest and his legacy stand ...— Juice WRLD 9 9 9🔪 (@JuiceWorlddd) March 11, 2019
Others aren't so sure what to think - Corey Feldman, who like Carter was friendly with the King of Pop as a child star, recently revealed he can no longer defend the pop legend after watching "Leaving Neverland".