MTV Wants To Remove Michael Jackson's Name From Their Video Vanguard Award

July 30, 2019

Phil Walter / Staff

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With the MTV Video Music Awards less than a month away, the network is considering some changes. One of which will be to remove Michael Jackson's name from their Video Vanguard Award.

Since the controversial HBO documentary Leaving Neverland aired, it seems as if MTV wants to avoid any backlash from viewers about the late Pop singer. 

The Video Vanguard Award has been given out since 1984 and is usually given to legendary entertainers for their music accomplishments.

MTV has not made an official decision according to reports. They keep going back and fourth on it. 

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