London, July 4 (ANI): Sir Paul McCartney has recalled his fond memories with Michael Jackson, insisting the late star’s “talent will never be forgotten”.
The former ‘Beatle’ spoke about the time when the duo recorded songs like Say, Say, Say together after the King of Pop called him in 1980, and asked: “Do you wanna make some hits?”
“That was the start of our adventure together. My memories are of his great sense of humour,” The Sun quoted him as saying on his website.
“We seemed to spend most of the time playing around and having a laugh. He became very friendly with my family and we had lots of great times.
“Although we drifted apart in later years, I will always remember fondly the fun we had working and playing together.
“My family and I send our deepest condolences to his family. We know that his great talent will never be forgotten,” he added. (ANI)