Michael Jackson's Voice Fake On Posthumous Album? Paris Changes Her Tune

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Paris Jackson claims TMZ rumours that it's not her father Michael on posthumous album are untrue
Paris Jackson claims TMZ rumours that it's not her father Michael on posthumous album are untrue

Michael Jackson's daughter Paris has addressed reports suggesting a mimic was drafted in to sing tracks on her father's posthumous album, Michael, urging fans not to believe what they read in the media.

TMZ.com reported Paris had told a friend the album was recorded by an impostor during an alleged video chat recorded in 2010 - a year after the King of Pop's untimely death.

The website reportedly obtained a clip from the chat, in which Paris played the song Hold My Hand and when asked by her friend why the tune doesn't sound like her father, she revealed: "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 him (Jackson) or not because he would sing to me all the time."

However, Paris took to Twitter.com on Wednesday to set the record straight and dismiss the story.

She wrote: "People should know by now not to believe the media when it comes down to TMZ talking about my family. Hold My Had (sic) IS my dad actually singing."

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