MY RUIN frontwoman Tairrie B. has lashed out at BLABBERMOUTH.NET for re-posting her "personal journal" entry pertaining to the Michael Jackson child-molestation controversy and treating it as if it were an official "press release." Check it out here.Note from the editor: For the record, BLABBERMOUTH.NET has never implied that Miss B's views on Michael Jackson were stated as part of an official press release. The news article in question, posted here on November 25, made it perfectly clear that Tairrie's words came from a "posting on the band's official web site" and no further suggestion or implication was made with regards to Tarrie's reasons for making her views public.
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