Rabbi Shmuley on the Gloved One, z''l by the Forward

Rabbi Shmuley on the Gloved One, z''l

As you’ve probably heard, pop superstar Michael Jackson died today at age 50.

The music icon had a short-lived, but well documented, friendship with Rabbi (and author and television star) Shmuley Boteach. In 2003, the British Web site “Something Jewish” published a Q&A with Rabbi Shmuley about his relationship with the King of Pop. Read it here.

Rabbi Shmuley on the Gloved One, z''l

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