It has been a decade since Michael Jackson passed away.
That means ten years for fans to mourn, but also ten years for some fans to reconsider their feelings about the late King of Pop.
Earlier this year, the Leaving Neverland documentary aired.
The accusations and revelations made by MJ's former defenders shook Jackson fans and family to their cores.
Chilling descriptions of a sexual predator were hard for some to reconcile with the cheerful innocense that Jackson displayed in life.
Now, ten years after the world mourned his death, so many wonder how they should feel about the music, the memory, and the man himself.
Remembering Michael Jackson
On June 25, 2009, Michael Jackson passed away at the age of 50. The cause of death was an accidental overdose.
It has been 10 years
But, far from the outcry of despair and mourning that arose in 2009, many of the King of Pop's remaining fans aren't sure how they should feel -- about his music, about the anniversary of his death, or about him.
But what about his family?
His personal legacy is one thing, but Michael was only the most famous member of a very famous family -- music royalty.
Katherine Jackson, the matriarch
Reports have said that Michael's death personally devastated Katherine and that she has never recovered from this loss. Whatever he was, he was also her son.
In recent years, reports have said that Katherine is at the epicenter of every family power struggle because she controls so much of the vast Jackson family fortune.
Michael's siblings are still struggling to cope
La Toya Jackson recently consulted a reality TV medium, Tyler Henry, in the hopes of better understanding Michael's accidental death.