JUN
30
2009

Funky Spunk: Michael Jackson is NOT the Biological POP!

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson may have been the "King of Pop" and a proud Poppa but he didn't pop out one of his own. Who'd a spunk it!

Not even a week after Michael Jackson’s sudden passing and the tributes have already begun to wane and make way for a full on Thriller of a media Freak Show.  With an estate possibly worth a billion dollars in question (minus the $400 million dollars of reported debt), and three young children survived by Michael, more of MJ’s biological skeletons may be rattling out of his chateau-sized closet.

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According to the new issue of US Weekly, Michael Jackson’s L.A.-based dermatologist, Dr. Arnold Klein is the biological father to MJ’s two eldest kids, Michael Joseph Jr. (“Prince Michael”) and Paris Michael Katherine. Gasp!

Via US Weekly:

“He is the dad,” says a Jackson insider. “He and Debbie signed an agreement saying they would never reveal the truth.”

TMZ.com published today that neither Jackson nor ex-wife Debbie Rowe are the biological parents (double Gasp!!) and that all three children are (in lack of better layman phrasing) test tube babies (triple gasp!!!).

The dirt via TMZ.com:

“We’ve learned Michael Jackson was not the biological father of any of his children. And Debbie Rowe is not the biological mother of the two kids she bore for Michael. All three children were conceived in vitro — outside the womb.

Multiple sources deeply connected to the births tell us Michael was not the sperm donor for any of his kids. Debbie’s eggs were not used. She was merely the surrogate, and paid well for her services in the births of Michael Jr. and Paris.

In the case of Prince Michael II (the youngest), we’re told the surrogate was never told of the identity of the “receiving parent” — Michael Jackson.”

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With the splooge news circulating, MJ’s ex brings on the baby mama drama!  Debbie Rowe is pissed that her maternity is in question.  Nothing now will keep this devoted mother away from her beloved money$$$ kids!

Rowe’s lawyer Marta Almli supposedly made this statement:

“We refuse to be drawn into addressing the various rumors and speculation swirling in the media. The vast majority of what is out there is untrue. Particular hurtful and insidious is the most recent rumor — which is entirely false — concerning the maternity of the children. Ms. Rowe is the biological mother of the two oldest children.”

Alleged biological father (and former boss to Debbie Rowe), Dr. Arnie Klein may bust a nut face over the allegations too.  On his Twitter page he wrote, “To the Media – Let Michael rest in peace and let his family and friends grieve in peace. If for no other reason, do it for his children.”

Presently, Jackson’s seventy-nine-year-old mother, Katherine Jackson, has been granted temporary custody of all three children.

Readers, from which “DNA diner” do you think MJ placed his order for baby gravy and scrambled eggs?

Quote:

“If you enter this world knowing you are loved and you leave this world knowing the same, then everything that happens in between can be dealt with.” – Michael Jackson

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3 Comments »

  • Such a wonderful post! No idea how you wrote this article..it’d take me days. Well worth it though, I’d suspect. Have you considered selling ads on your website?

  • It’s very true – the best plans for monetization fall through if nobody cares about or wants your product. Not only was that great advice, this video gave me a much needed laugh this morning.

  • God bless The King of Pop. Mr Jackson’s death has been caused by all the emotional torture he had to endure over the course of all the child abuse charges made against him. He won in the the courts, but his health suffered enormously. So can you say his death was a particular doctor’s fault, or was it the zeal with which this modern world accuses? This is the case particularly with the rich and/or the famous.

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