Washington, Jun 27: Michael Jackson's eldest son Prince has testified that though his father -before dying - was excited about going back on tour, he wasn't happy about the pressure that came with concerts.
The 16-year-old told jurors that the King of Pop had wanted more time to prepare and had several edgy talks with 'This Is It' shows' promoters on phone, which sometimes ended with Michael crying, Fox News reported.
Prince even quoted his father saying after one of the conversations that the concert promoters are going to kill him but did not elaborate further.
The testimony has come in a lawsuit filed by the Jackson matriarch Katherine claiming that concert promoter AEG negligently hired Conrad Murray, the doctor later convicted of involuntary manslaughter for giving Michael an overdose of anesthetic propofol. (ANI)