Paris Jackson Denies Reports She Said Michael Jackson's Vocals Faked On Posthumous Album (UPDATED)
UPDATE: Paris Jackson has taken to Twitter to dispute reports that she cast doubts on Michael:
People should know by now not to believe the media when it comes down to TMZ talking about my family. #HoldMyHad IS my dad actually singing.— Paris Jacksoη (@ParisJackson) March 1, 2012
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Michael Jackson's daughter Paris has reportedly made a shocking revelation about her father's first posthumous album, Michael: The voice on it belongs to a guy named Jason Malachi, not her dad.
"It's not him... the whole album isn't him!" TMZ's sources quote Paris as saying. "Go online ... Go on YouTube and look up Jason Malachi. It's him! ... I should know if it's him or not because he would sing to me all the time."
The comments were reportedly made on a video chat that was recorded and is being shopped around to media outlets.
This isn't the first time the Michael authenticity issue has been raised.
"The album ... is a hybrid creation," HuffPost blogger and Michael Jackson expert Joe Vogel wrote. "At times it feels truly inspired and very close to what Michael himself would have done; at other times, it feels a bit more like a tribute."
Jackson herself has made the news for her acting aspirations. The 13-year-old was cast in her first big screen role back in December as Lundon O'Malley in "Lundon's Bridge And The Three Keys" alongside Larry King, Joey Fatone, and Ted Lange, due out in 2013.
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