Aired on HBO in two parts on Sunday and Monday evening, the explosive documentary that debuted at the Sundance film festival earlier this year focuses on graphic accounts from Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who accuse Jackson of abusing them as children. Others held signs that read "Michael Jackson Innocent" and "More records than any other artist, son, husband, father".
The Canadian Press reports that the Quebec radio network Cogeco pulled Jackson from 23 stations.
Sonshine FM was the only Perth-based radio station to say it had pulled Jackson from the airwaves following the release of the Leaving Neverland documentary.
Meanwhile, public broadcaster Radio NZ said Jackson's songs did not feature on its playlists anyway.
Leon Wratt, the content director of MediaWorks, said the decision is not an indication of the station's personal sentiments on the matter.
Leaving Neverland, the first half of which aired on Channel 4 last night, could never be mistaken for a music documentary.
In response, Jackson tweeted, "i actually haven't made any statements yet, especially regarding how it affects my work life".
"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.