McCartney rechaza los rumores de que Michael Jackson dejó las canciones de los Beatles en testamento

McCartney rebuffs rumours that Michael Jackson left Beatles songs in will Wednesday 8 July 2009 People Sir Paul McCartney has rebuffed rumours that Michael Jackson pledged to leave him his share of the ownership of The Beatles’ publishing in his will. Writing on , McCartney gave the following response:Some time ago, the media came up with the idea that Michael Jackson was going to leave his share in the Beatles songs to me in his will which was completely made up and something I didn’t believe for a second.Now the report is that I am devastated to find that he didn’t leave the songs to me. This is completely untrue. I had not thought for one minute that the original report was true and therefore, the report that I’m devastated is also totally false, so don’t believe everything you read folks!In fact, though Michael and I drifted apart over the years, we never really fell out, and I have fond memories of our time together.At times like this, the press do tend to make things up, so occasionally, I feel the need to put the record straight.Paul Also on this day…Want more? Visit the Beatles history section.

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