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Michael Jackson’s Alleged Son A Rapper

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A 25-year-old Norwegian rapper is making headlines, because he is claiming to be the fourth child of late pop superstar, Michael Jackson.

 

Omer Bhatti traveled with Jackson and lived at the Neverland Ranch, after allegedly befriending the singer when he was 12-years-old.

 

Bhatti, who sat with Michael Jackson’s family and siblings during a high profile memorial service last month, is seeking a DNA test to prove that Jackson is indeed his father.

 

Jackson himself admitted to being Bhatti’s father, claiming he had a one-night stand with a Norwegian woman in 1984.

 

Bhatti was living with Jackson in 2004, when authorities raided the Neverland ranch seeking evidence related to the singer’s child molestation charges.

 

Even Michael Jackson’s family is not denying the possibility that he may have sired Bhatti, who is known for his imitation of Jackson’s dance moves.

 

“If Omer’s his son, he’s his son,” Jermaine told Britain’s the Daily Mail. ‘We won’t deny it. We are going to give him the same love and care that we give Prince and Paris and Blanket. I can’t clearly say if he is Michael’s but I saw this kid around him.”

 

Michael Jackson allegedly told close confidants that Bhatti’s mother was unable to take care of him, so Jackson sent two employees to Oslo to raise the baby as their own.

 

Bhatti was told that he was Jackson’s son, but had to keep it a secret for his own safety and privacy.

 

Other sources claimed that Bhatti’s biological parents were simply employees of Jackson, with his other Pia, acting as a nanny for Michael’s son Prince, while his father Riz, was allegedly a drive for Michael Jackson.

 

In 2004, Bhatti was arrested for possession of a small amount of marijuana, just days before he was supposed to perform in front of 20,000 people for an anti-drug rally. video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsfree video player

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