Randy Jackson wants to give MJ fans access to his brother's gravesite at Forest Lawn Cemetery. Jackson tweeted his plans writing, "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." Family members of other celebs buried in the same mausoleum are not too pleased with Jackson's plans... Here's what you had to say: DredQueen commented: "I pray that they come to a happy medium that allows the fans to pay their respects but doesn't desecrate the sanctity of the premises." Britt wrote: "As an avid MJ fan, it would mean so much to me if for one day we could be allowed to pay our respects."

Essence.com
May, 20, 2010

michael-jackson-sunglasses-hat.jpg Randy Jackson wants to give MJ fans access to his brother's gravesite at Forest Lawn Cemetery. Jackson tweeted his plans writing, "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." His plans have sparked a little controversy with Clark Gable's family. According to TMZ, Jackson, Gable and other celebrities are buried in a private mausoleum. Gable's grandson, Clark Gable III, claims the site "wouldn't be as sacred" if everyone was allowed access. Randy Jackson said he's meeting with Forest Lawn heads to see if they'll open up Michael Jackson's gravesite, so stay tuned. What do you think? Would you visit MJ's grave if you could. Do you think the mausoleum will become less "sacred" if fans are let in?