Jackson went on to wear the glove many times across difference performances.
He even said he felt that wearing one by itself was “cool” while two was “so ordinary”.
And now the mitt has sold at auction in Texas for an impressive amount.
According to The Sun, an anonymous buyer purchased the glove for an incredible £85,000.
However, The Real Michael Jackson was the first to follow last year’s Leaving Neverland documentary,
The latter saw Wade Robson and James Safechuck allege that they were sexually abused by the singer when they were children.
And the new documentary by Peretti argued that Jackson used his “Wacko Jacko” image to cover his darks secret.
J Randy Taraborrelli, a friend and biographer of Jackson’s was interviewed but believed the star to be innocent.
As for what fans thought, they were just as divided over The Real Michael Jackson as Leaving Neverland.
One fan wrote on Twitter: “#TheRealMichaelJackson is the biggest load of bias I’ve seen in a long time.
“Let the man rest in peace.
“He was found not guilty so it’s completely disrespectful to continue to call him a paedophile.”
However, not everyone went to the King of Pop’s defence.
With one writing: “It is insane the amount of people on Twitter who defend Michael Jackson!”
While another added: “I find it hard to believe that there are people out there who still defend the multi-millionaire child abuser Michael Jackson.”
Jackson died in 2009 at the age of 50 and was worth around $500 million.