· TMZ caught up with Wade Robson at an airport and asked for his opinion on the campaign to mute Michael Jackson. Wade says, "that's not really my concern, I mean, that's everybody's individual journey, you know? If I have any hope it's just that we question, in general, who it is that we're worshiping and why so it's beyond Michael." He says he doesn't listen to Michael's music because of his personal experiences.
· Days ago, Michael Jackson's estate released a statement which said the allegations haven't impacted Michael's public image, and that his streaming numbers haven't decreased.
· He also says sexual assault survivors have reached out to him to share their stories, and has nothing to say to people who doubt his claims. When asked what he thinks about people (including Aaron Carter) coming to Michael's defense, he says, "not much" and that he has no say in what people believe. He talks briefly about his lawsuit against the estate and says the statutes are unfair to survivors.