Paris Jackson Denies Saying Michael Jackson's Posthumous Album Is Fake

Paris Jackson

'People should know by now not to believe the media when it comes down to TMZ talking about my family,' Paris tweets.

Michael Jackson's daughter Paris Jackson set the record straight on reports suggesting she told a friend of hers that the person singing in MJ's posthumous album is not her dad. The teen took to Twitter to debunk the rumor first reported by TMZ.

"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," she wrote before re-tweeting a Tweep's message which read, "TMZ is the biggest joke in the world, they just make up drama!"

The publication claimed Paris made the confession on a video chat with some friends in 2010. She reportedly played "Hold My hands" from MJ's CD "Michael", and told them it's not her father who's in the song when one of them questioned her why it didn't sound like him.

"It's NOT him ... the whole album isn't even him!!" she allegedly claimed before telling them who the impostor was, "Go online ... go on YouTube and look up Jason Malachi. That's him!!" She continued, "I should know if it's him or not because he would sing to me all the time."


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    May 10, 2012

    good 4 u girl

    Mar 01, 2012

    none of the songs on the album "Michael" sound like MJ. pieces and parts sound like they was dubbed over and not as crisp and sharp as we know Mj's voice, i noticed this when I heard it for the first time. what's up with the duets? (one at a time, SONY dumb shits!)maybe the next album will be the true Michael.

    Mar 01, 2012

    Shame on whoever is peddling the story of Paris's "chat" with her friends for $$; she was 12 when it was supposedly said; kids say anything; Paris shouldn't be on social media and someone in the Jackson household needs to take responsibility; anyone think Michael would have wanted Paris on twitter?

    Mar 01, 2012

    Yeah this story is REALLY badly edited. She corrected TMZ's story that claimed that she said legitimate Michael Jackson vocals on 'Hold My Hand' were fake. But she later claimed that the 3 Cascio songs, "Monster", "Keep Your Head Up" and "Breaking News", which were listed by name, were clearly fake. How could you possibly get such a simple story so badly wrong when the evidence is on her Twitter???

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