Paris Jackson dismisses fake ‘Michael’ album report

Paris Jackson has dismissed reports that she told an insider that someone faked her father’s voice when completing the new ‘Michael’ album.

Back in the 90’s the duo named Milli Vanilli was exposed when it was found out that they were not the actual singers on their hit album, now Paris Jackson claims her father’s last album, ‘Michael’ is not the singer’s own voice.

TMZ is reporting they have a taped conversation with Paris from a 2010 video chat, claiming that the singer on her father’s last album after his death is actually a man named Jason Malachi.

The video chat was between Paris and some of her friends when she reveals to them that is why the voice on the album does not sound like her father.

TMZ quotes Paris as to saying, “It’s NOT him … the whole album isn’t even him!! Go online … go on YouTube and look up Jason Malachi. That’s him!!”

The gossip site also claims that during the chat, Paris actually jokes about the conversation getting leaked.

There had been previous rumors that the voice on the album was not of Jackson’s own but Sony denied it.

Paris is also quoted as saying during the video chat to say, “I should know if it’s him or not because he would sing to me all the time.”

The footage from the video chat has not been publicly viewed as it is currently being shopped around to various media sources.

The album was released in 2010 a year and half after Jackson’s death, and was claimed to be unreleased Jackson tracks that the singer had recorded throughout his career. The biggest hit from the album was a track called, “Hold My Hand.”




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