Michael Jackson's Nephew: Wade Robson Is Bitter for Missing Out on Cirque du Soleil Show
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Aside from sharing his thought on the allegations made in 'Leaving Neverland', Taj Jackson also weighs in on the backlash Oprah Winfrey is facing for her TV interview with the two accusers.

AceShowbiz - Michael Jackson's nephew has accused Wade Robson of taking aim at his uncle in a damning new documentary because he didn't land a spot in the King of Pop's "Cirque du Soleil" show.

The choreographer is one of two men who have made sexual assault charges against Jackson in "Leaving Neverland", which debuted in America on Sunday, March 03.

The allegations have sent shockwaves throughout America, but now Michael's nephew Taj Jackson is claiming Robson is merely bitter after missing out on a role in the "Michael Jackson: ONE" show.

"Wade has changed his story about four different times," Taj tells TMZ. "He went to the memorial for my uncle, he did tribute shows left and right, and the minute he did not get MJ One, he all of sudden started writing a book on the down low."

"No one wanted to buy the book and then all of a sudden he comes up with all these allegations."

Meanwhile, The Blast has obtained a copy of the letter Robson wrote to Cirque boss Jean-Francois Bouchard, asking for a job in his new Michael Jackson show in 2011, stating, "There are very few subjects I know about more than Michael Jackson."

Reports suggest Robson was attached to the show but took another job and when that didn't work out, he tried to get his old post back, telling Bouchard, "You will not have to worry about my commitment level again."

He filed a lawsuit alleging the late singer molested him as a child in May 2013, one month before the world premiere of "Michael Jackson: ONE" at the Mandalay Bay Casino in Las Vegas.

Taj doesn't believe Robson and his fellow accuser James Safechuck agreed to appear in Dan Reed's new documentary just to set the record straight after the filmmaker made it clear last week than neither men were paid for their time on camera.

"There's a court appeal right now happening and they're suing the estate for hundreds of millions of dollars, so it's in their best interests to get the public on their side," Tito Jackson's son explains.

Taj also has no remorse about the backlash from fans against Oprah Winfrey, whose TV interview with Robson, Safechuck and Reed will air this week (begin March 04), recalling she watched the documentary on her birthday.

"Oprah's never been on our side," the nephew says.

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