Now it's a Staph Infection?

. Sunday, February 15

It appears possible that Michael Jackson had reconstructive surgery on his nose, and is now suffering from an MRSA-style, antibiotic resistant staff infection that has spread throughout his face and body. MSNBC picked up the story from the British newspaper The Sun who investigated after the The Times of London reported Jackson's inflamed skin. There is also mention that Jackson has an "Alpha 1-antitrypsin deficiency" and is in need of a lung transplant, an allegation his private doctor debunks by saying the 50 year old singer is in perfect health.

I have to wonder, after years of watching this eccentric display a myriad of mental health symptoms, why no one has suggested he sees a shrink. 'Talent' does not always equal 'crazy,' though it's pretty clear Jackson has the crazy part down quite well.

4 comments:

pamibe said...

It's always something with him... and though I think he is off the beam, I'm not sure it's entirely his fault...

Theresa Komor said...

I hear what you're saying Pam, but sooner or later, he has to grow up and decide to stop being a product of his childhood.

PaulsHealthBlog.com said...

Michael "Peter Pan" Jackson is weird.

He has too much money (or used to) and continues to make his situation worse.

Any adult male who sleeps with adolescent boys (unless they are his children) should be locked up and maybe even chemically castrated.

Theresa Komor said...

Who knows, Paul. He could have had plastic surgery on that particular body part too and couldn't feel a thing if he wanted to.... Yep, he's from another planet.