Paris Jackson Allegedly Confirmed Talk That Michael Jackson’s Voice Was Faked on “Michael”
When Michael Jackson's posthumous album "Michael" was released in 2010, there was speculation that at least some of Michael's vocal tracks were faked. Now, TMZ claims Michael's daughter Paris Jackson confirmed it in a video chat with her friends two years ago.
She allegedly said,
"It's NOT him. The whole album isn't even him!! Go online, go on YouTube and look up Jason Malachi. That's him!! I should know if it's [Michael] or not because he would sing to me all the time."
Sources say there's proof she said this, because someone recorded the chat, and the tape is being shopped around. Other sources say Paris is denying she made that statement. The audio hasn't hit the Internet yet. The Jason Malachi rumor has been out there for some time, even though both Jason and Sony, denied it. By the way things look online, the video chat happened before the album came out, so how Paris knew is also up in question. Just goes to show that anything you (or someone else says pretending to be you) say or do on the internet can be found years later!
Even if Paris did say this and even if Michael's vocals were faked to any degree, does it matter?
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