Los Angeles, CA – Leaving Neverland, the controversial two-part Michael Jackson documentary, aired on HBO Sunday night (March 3) leaving fans worldwide in a state of limbo.

An assortment of artists, actors and celebrities have come forward to either defend or condemn the late King of Pop, while others haven’t gotten around to watching it yet.

Many are not sure they’re even ready to watch it.

TMZ reporters caught Stevie Wonder at LAX where the living legend offered his viewpoint on the situation saying, “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.”

Stevie Wonder made an appearance on Jackson’s seventh studio album, Bad, shared in late August of 1987. A duet between the two would appear on Wonder’s November album release, Characters that same year.

The conclusion of the two-part series, which aired last night (March 4) leaves many unsure how to react to the sexual abuse allegations made by Wade Robson and James Safechuck. Both men have defended Jackson in past abuse claims prior to this documentary. Robson and Safechuck filed civil suits against Jacksons in 2013, which were dismissed and now under appeal.

Watch the clip of Stevie Wonder speaking with TMZ above.