The ridiculing, which eventually included very questionable charges of child molestation, only began once he started writing music and lyrics that challenged the world establishment and its media and their destructive policies and agendas, rather than pandering to them. Deeply critical songs from the "Bad" and "Dangerous" albums, such as "Leave Me Alone" and "Why You Wanna Trip on Me," including the "HIStory" ablum's "Scream" and "They Don't Care About Us," are some of the most obvious examples.
It wasn't until just prior to his final scheduled tour that he became even more vocal about a corrupt and twisted establishment. He started giving speeches to crowds of fans about the evil nature of Hollywood and its puppet media, while attempting to set the record strait on all the which-hunting allegations he endured for much of the final two decades of his life. A move that looks to have been one that would come back to haunt him.
His untimely death was marred in controversy and the doctor who was overseeing his home-care ended up taking the fall for what his sister Latoya and brother Jermaine swear was a homicide. Even though the doctor was treated by the criminal division of the establishment as if he merely acted out of negligence, the assertion that the doctor acted alone is the real issue.
It is far more likely the doctor was working with, or taking orders from, the same establishment-linked cartel responsible for the deaths of Heath Ledger, Chris Penn and David Carradine, among others. @Conspiracy_X