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Drake has 'axed his collaboration with Michael Jackson from his live show following the airing of controversial documentary Leaving Neverland'.
The musician, 32, uses posthumous vocals from the late star on the song Don't Matter To Me, but is said to have cut the track from his Assassination Vacation shows in the UK following the release of the Channel 4 documentary.
Sun - Number - Set - List - Performance
According to The Sun, the number was not on the set list for his performance at the Manchester Arena on Sunday evening and is not expected to return.
A spokesperson for Drake declined to comment.
Billy - Jean - Hitmaker - Vocals - Track
The Billy Jean hitmaker's vocals on the track were taken from part of an unreleased 1983 session between Jackson and Canadian singer-songwriter Paul Anka.
The posthumous releases Love Never Felt So Good and This Is It also came from the same session.
Neverland - Focuses - Men - Wade - Robson
Leaving Neverland focuses on two men, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who allege they were sexually abused by Michael Jackson when they were children.
It was broadcast in the UK in two parts by Channel 4 this month, as a joint collaboration with US broadcaster HBO.
Michael - Abuse
Michael, who died in 2009 aged 50, was first accused of abuse in 1993 and was later tried...
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