Jacko is Scum
Michael Jackson put together a group of singers and musicians for the 9/11 charity single What More Can I Give. The unreleased track apparently was not made to support any charity, but to support Jacko himself. Even though everyone waived their fees, the rights to the song still belongs to him. So everytime the song is sold or played, he makes money off of it.
Jacko learned that charity singles were a cash cow when he released the mega-hit We are the World. The 1984 song is registered to Jacko, Lionel Richie and his ex-wife, Brenda. Everytime that song is played Jacko makes 50% and the Richie's split the other half.
A reporter for Fox News said this: "He understands the value of copyrights and that his public eccentricities - pajamas, umbrellas, sunglasses, top hats, children in masks, etc., going right back to hyperbaric chambers and the Elephant Man's bones - are all part of a well-choreographed game to keep the public interested in his fading celebrity."