Katherine Jackson, the Jackson Family matriarch, will testify in court later this month about her battle against her son Michael Jackson’s estate.
According to Vibe, the executors of Michael’s estate, John Branca and John McClain, want to sign off on a “secret business transaction.”
The deal could land the executors an eye-watering $800 million sale of half of Michael Jackson’s music catalog.
But Katherine is not having it, and she’s filed a motion opposing the deal.
Michael Jackson’s Mother Is Not Happy With The Deal
Naturally, Branca and McClain are not backing down.
They believe they have the power and authority to make the deal and argue that it’s in the best interest of the late superstar’s estate and his beneficiaries.
And let’s not forget that Michael’s estate was deep in debt when he passed away.
So, the executors see this deal as a way to turn things around and make money.
Katherine isn’t the only one who’s unhappy about this deal.
Michael’s siblings, brother Randy and sister Rebbie, are also in on the action.
The court has allowed them to view confidential documents related to the proposed deal, so things are getting spicy.
And what about Michael’s children, Prince, Blanket, and Paris?
They’re listed as beneficiaries of his will.
However, according to the estate, the children don’t object the proposed deal.
It’s now up to the judge to decide what will happen.
Will Katherine get her way and pull the plug on the deal?
Or will Branca and McClain come out on top and make that line their pockets with cash?
Branca has redacted all the courts records so you cant know what Katherine Jackson said in the courts regarding Branca selling the catalogue…she knows
What branca is up to!
she’s now taking him to court. pic.twitter.com/7UxYl1ipFT
— TWIGGY (@MJHOAXLIVE) April 24, 2023
I hope Katherine wins this time
— Dean (@Mr_Floot) April 22, 2023
The Estate doesn’t seem to like listening to Katherine Jackson. But perhaps they should! ?♂️ The Estate would’ve saved itself 8 years of failed litigation had they honoured Katherine’s wishes to exclude 3 fake songs from their first posthumous Michael Jackson album back in 2010. https://t.co/WStAfXlo5F
— Damien Shields (@DamienShields) April 19, 2023