The "Pharaoh of Pop" might have been the way it dropped in Egypt, but it just aint work'n around thee parts. But visitors to "Chicago’s Field Museum" could swear that’s "Michael Jackon's" face on a 3,000-year-old Egyptian bust.
The limestone sculpture has been in the museum since 1988, but recently started drawing attention because of its likeness to Michael since his death. Unfortunately the bust, which was carved sometime between 1550 B.C. and 1050 B.C., is of a woman and "Michael" most likely never had the chance to see the statuette. “I have no idea whether "Jackson" ever visited the museum,” a spokesperson said to the Sun-Times‘ Michael Sneed. “But the similarity between the limestone statue of a which is about 3,000 years old and "Jackson" is astounding.” Interestingly, "Jackson" cast himself as an interloper in ancient Egypt in his video for “Remember the Time".