The PR man who coined ‘King of Pop’

Ever wonder where Michael Jackson got the title of “King of Pop.” Naturally, it came from his longtime PR pro, Bob Jones, a man The Washington Post said had been with the Jackson family since the Jackson 5 became stars for Motown Records in the late 1960s. The Post called Jones one of the only two constant figures in Jackson’s life. Related The New York Times How TMZ beat every other news outlet in reporting Michael Jackson’s death.

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