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Michael Jackson Signed PlayStation Selling for $1.5 Million Dollars


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270w ago - It's no surprise that Michael Jackson had a passion for video games. His Neverland Ranch arcade collection was a testament to this, but he also signed a PlayStation once.

That Michael Jackson signed PlayStation is now for sale on [Register or Login to view links], seemingly authentic in signature by the late King of Pop.

To quote: While the starting bid is not ludicrous, the Buy It Now price on eBay certainly is. The seller is willing to part with it right now for $1.5 million.

It's doubly special, according to the seller, being the 1,000,001st PlayStation to roll off the assembly line. Funny, that somehow sounds a little less believable than the Moonwalker actually scribbling "I Love You, Michael Jackson" on a game console.



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jd200's Avatar
#10 - jd200 - 270w ago
well i've inspected this very closely and its fake LOL HAVE A LOOK AT THE PICTURES IVE MARKED!

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#9 - JeffJ - 270w ago
Quote Originally Posted by jd200 View Post
why would it be signed "i love you michael jackson" dosen't make sense to me..
FAKE
well MJ is weird. i wouldn't doubt it at all. why did he play games and hang out with children... while we are on the "why" topic.
Quote Originally Posted by GZA1984 View Post
Well basically I could have done the same:
grab my dusty PS1, clean it and write something like this and put an autograph of a very famous person so that it looks real. After that you sell it for lots of money.

My question is how do you know if this is real.

well ive been trying to find that 1997 news paper article that the ebay auction refers to... no such luck. however. the Event the auction refers to is legitimate. and there could be a kernel of truth to this story.

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#8 - GZA1984 - 270w ago
Well basically I could have done the same:
grab my dusty PS1, clean it and write something like this and put an autograph of a very famous person so that it looks real. After that you sell it for lots of money.

My question is how do you know if this is real.

jd200's Avatar
#7 - jd200 - 270w ago
why would it be signed "i love you michael jackson" dosen't make sense to me..
FAKE

npyu2k's Avatar
#6 - npyu2k - 270w ago
I'll take two myself..

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