A number of people are outraged at Randy Jackson now that he's reportedly in talks to have Michael Jackson's gravesite opened to the public.
Randy made those claims public through his Twitter page telling over 27,000 of his followers,
“Although they have strict rules, I'll do my best to see if fans can visit and pay their respects beyond the gates of Forest Lawn, on the 25th [of June].”
The date would be the one year anniversary of Michael Jackson's death.
Particularly upset about the idea of people gaining access to Forest Lawn cemetery are relatives of other famous celebs buried in the mausoleum, including the grandson of actor Clark Gables.
Clark Gableas III tells TMZ that it “wouldn't be sacred” if they allowed general access to the public.
By contrast however the grandson of author W.C. Fields, Ronald J. Fields, thinks it would be “moving" for the fans.
No word on if Randy or the mausoleum would profit from the event.
Let's hope not…