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Meet the guy who wants to save Baltimore with the power of Michael Jackson

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BALTIMORE — In the midst of all the destruction in Baltimore, one man tried to save the city — with the power of Michael Jackson.

According to Mediaite, Dimitri Reeves, a rapper and Michael Jackson impersonator, was channeling the late “King of Pop” during the riots.

Reeves travels around the country, sets up loud speakers in a yellow truck and dances on street corners for money, Mediaite reports.

For more than two hours, his performance turned what could have been yet another ransacked intersection into a peaceful party in Charm City.

The money Reeves makes from his performances goes to funding his own career as well as paying for his parents’ dialysis.

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