"In light of what is happening at the moment, SmoothFM is not now playing any Michael Jackson songs", local media quoted Nova's programme director Paul Jackson as saying.
It's the story of two men aged 36 and 41, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who have laid out, in gruellingly graphic detail, what their boyhood friendships with Jackson entailed.
"Michael Jackson isn't now on any MediaWorks Radio stations' playlists", Leon Wratt, the company's director for radio, said in a statement.More news: House panel seeks documents in Trump investigations
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"These remain allegations and therefore we now intend to continue to play his music on occasion", said a spokesman for the company, which owns Hit 92.9 and Mix 94.5.
There had been persistent rumours throughout Jackson's life, but no allegations were ever substantiated.
The report says the Canadian radio stations listen to comments and reactions from their audience and reacted accordingly.
'Ten years after his passing, there are still those out to profit from his enormous worldwide success and take advantage of his eccentricities, ' the suit claimed.
Peter Andre has spoken out about the late singer Michael Jackson, saying that his music shouldn't be banned despite the sex abuse claims against him.