Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch Was Used By Rapper Who Allegedly Filmed Unauthorized Video & Boasted: ‘Not Even Janet’ Can Be There
Stepping foot onto the famous Neverland Ranch, once owned by the late legendary Michael Jackson, is hard to do, but not for an up and coming rapper who recently trespassed to film a video on the property, according to sources.
Rapper, DaeShard took to Instagram to promote his new video “Hood,” and followers couldn’t help but notice his caption, stating that his music video was shot at none other than Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch.
In an effort to boast his status, the rapper, who posted still photos in front of the property and with a dilapidated Neverland fire truck, claimed
“Nobody has been able to hang out at neverland ranch, Not even Janet them.”
According to Colony Capital, (who currently owns the ranch), the three people who shot the video, including Daeshard, were not authorized to be on the property. In fact, sources say that security spotted the three individuals who were equipped with 3 GoPro cameras and an iPhone to shoot the video, and asked them to leave.
Sources say that security even ordered the individuals to erase the footage on their cameras before leaving, but they allegedly got away with hiding some of it, hence the video that was released.
According to Daeshard though, he insists he was granted permission to be on the property, and furthermore, shoot his project, but he has remained quiet on who gave him the “okay.”
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