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how much they paid him this time??

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Submitted by mahmoud (Egypt), Apr 12, 2007 at 04:46

for mike jackson it's all about the money, but this time he had to do something about the child molestation case and his debts. so what to do ? i know, let's go to the arabs cause they got the money that he needs but nothing is for free, so converting to islam is the only solution in his case. now don't get me wrong, i'm muslim and proud, but for mike jackson it dosn't look right

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