Paris Jackson Believes An Impostor Recorded Her Father's Posthumous Album
Michael Jackson's posthumous album was recorded by an impostor, according to the King of Pop's daughter Paris.
Michael was released by Sony music bosses in November, 2010 - one year after the Thriller hit-maker's untimely death - and featured Jackson tracks even his most devoted fans had never heard.
However, now the authenticity of the recordings is being questioned following the news of a private online chat between the late star's 13-year-old daughter and a friend, in which she allegedly revealed the songs featured a Jacko sound-alike.
In a clip, obtained by TMZ.com, Paris plays the song Hold My Hand and when pressed by her pal 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."
The video was reportedly taped in 2010.