Harlem’s famed Apollo Theater was filled with dancing Michael Jackson fans on Tuesday to commemorate his life. Among the crowd of revelers was Rev. Al Sharpton, civil rights advocate and friend of Michael, who was so moved by the joyous outpouring that he started to shuck and jive on stage. Before getting caught up in the spirit, he said to the crowd, “He’s bad, he’s our brother, he’s our friend. Let’s love Michael today.”
From the way he was grinding on that lady on stage, it looks like Al was trying to get some ‘love’ for himself. Sometimes the best way to grieve is by getting freaky in the sack. The living have to keep on living, don’t they?