An unwelcome Michael Jackson impersonator was criticised for performing after sex abuse claims against the late singer were aired in Australia over the weekend.
The performer, whose real name is Joshua Dal Santo, dressed as Jackson and danced to Wanna Be Startin’ Something at The Garden of Unearthly Delights, in
During one dance Dan Santo almost lost his balance as he attempted Jackson’s signature spin near a brightly coloured tent.
Footage of the close stack by Dal Santo, who refers to himself as a tribute artist, was uploaded on
‘Well he clearly didn’t watch Leaving Neverland,’ one user quipped.
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Michael Jackson impersonator Joshua Dal Santo (pictured left and right), nearly stacked it after he attempted the signature spin
Viewers have been left angry, disappointed and horrified after explosive child sex claims against Michael Jackson were aired for the first time in Australia.
The Leaving Neverland documentary was shown on Channel 10 in two parts on Friday and Saturday night.
In the film James Safechuck, 41, and Australian Wade Robson, 36, revealed graphic details of the horrific alleged sexual abuse they suffered at the hands of the King of Pop in the early 1990s.
Dal Santo hit back at the negative comments by boldly promoting his entertainment services in the comments thread.
‘Though I did almost fall down on that un-even [sic] sloped surface that these peeps conveniently captured. Watch some of my recent stuff and follow for updates on upcoming shows,’ he wrote.
‘Pretty s*** time to be a Michael Jackson impersonator,’ one commented.
‘Time to get a new gig buddy,’ another wrote.
‘Inappropriate,’ one added.
Footage of the ‘tribute artist’s’ dance moves were uploaded on Instagram and attracted a mass of hate comments