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Michael Jackson Duets With Mary J. & D'Angelo, Beyonce' Sued By Fans

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Greetings! If your looking forward to the new album from Michael Jackson, Xscape, now you will have more of a reason to. It has been revealed that D'Angelo and Mary J. Blige will appear on a song together with Michael. The untitled track was produced by D'Angelo and it can be heard on Xscape due May 13. Xscape is now available for pre-order on iTunes. Speaking of iTunes, it was just this past December when Beyonce' surprise-released her self-titled album to fans. Now Beyonce is getting a surprise of her own. The singer is being named in a lawsuit by two fans who attended her concert in Chicago. According to the fans, they were trampled on by a mob of fans upon entry to the concert. Excuse me ladies but Beyonce' is not the one you should be suing. If anything you all should be suing United Center. They are more than responsible since the ladies missed the show since they suffered broken bones and multiple other injuries. The venue should of had a policy in place, which I'm sure they do as far as safety is concerned. Apparently the safety of the fans was somewhat compromised. An artist like Beyonce is known to pack a full house of rowdy and anxious fans, so venues need to take all the safety precautions necessary.  
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