Wade Robson Isn't 'Concerned' By People Listening To Michael Jackson

Wade Robson has bigger concerns than whether you mute Michael Jackson's music or not.

Caught by TMZ out the front of Los Angeles' LAX airport, Wade said that the muting of Michael Jackson's music was “not really his concern”.

Calling the decision to listen to MJ an "individual journey", he went on to say that he doesn't have "any moral authority to make a judgement on that for everyone else".

“I don’t listen to his music because I have a personal experience with it, but that’s everyone’s individual choice,” he explained.

Wade, 36, accused the late singer of sexually abusing him as a child, and is featured in the documentary Leaving Neverland.

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“If I have any hope it’s just that we’re questioning who we’re worshipping and why,” Wade said, adding: “It’s beyond Michael.”

Of the response to the documentary, Wade said that "there's been an incredible outpouring of support, from friends and family and from strangers".

"I'm so grateful for that, I stay focused on that," he shared.

Leaving Neverland is streaming now on 10 Play and 10 All Access.

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