The two-part series 'Leaving Neverland' aired on HBO and the reactions to the documentary have been mixed - but Stevie Wonder wants fans to move on from the allegations which haunted Jackson for most of his career.

Wonder, who was a friend and frequent collaborator Stevie Wonder has responded to the documentary. TMZ asked the soul legend how people should feel about listening to his music.

Wonder replied: “He’s died, he’s dead. Hopefully, we can continue the legacy of inspiration he has given a lot of kids and a lot of people.”

Watch the clip below.

In 'Leaving Neverland,' Jackson accusers Wade Robson and James Safechuck went into graphic detail describing the alleged abuse that they reportedly suffered at his hands.