Sony Music purchased Jackson's stake in the catalog for $750,000,000. Jackson's stake in the catalog was worth upwards of $3 billion dollars. Considering Jackson's family and music industry experts have openly stated Sony Music had Jackson killed, via Dr. Conrad Murray deliberately overdosing him on large quantities of the potent drug Propofol, which became highly toxic in his system, no one in the industry is surprised the singer's stake in the catalog has been sold at cut-rate princes to the greedy, lawbreaking corporation, against the singer's wishes. No doctor worth their salt would ever give a patient that lethal dose, then not call police for hours after he realized Jackson was dying.
Well, they've murdered him off and gotten the catalog just like they wanted. However, things won't be smooth in the future for Sony or its lawbreaking employees. There is trouble ahead. The company is going to experience a massive, unprecedented fall and collapse due to its greed and madness. And it is richly deserved, you thieves and murderers! It's amazing to me that you think you can engage in murder and God not bring it back to you. However, God doesn't like ugly, as He has plainly stated, "You reap what you sow." You haven't gotten away with anything.
Sony buys Michael Jackson’s music catalog for $750M
The agreement for Jackson’s half-share of the Sony/ATV Music Publishing catalog will give the company sole ownership of works by The Beatles, Bob Dylan and other hit making musicians, including Eminem and Taylor Swift. The deal is another posthumous blockbuster deal for Jackson, whose estate has erased the singer’s massive debts through a mixture of new music and movie ventures and re-releases of the singer’s most popular music. Jackson’s estate benefits his mother and three children, known as Prince, Paris and Blanket.
“This agreement further demonstrates Sony’s commitment to the entertainment businesses and our firm belief that these businesses will continue to contribute to our success for years to come,” Sony Corp. president and CEO Kazuo Hirai wrote in a statement.