Miki Howard Releases A Statement About Her Son Regarding Michael Jackson’s Lover Questions “I Am Not Billie Jean”

| March 10, 2014

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Official statement from Miki Howard:

“I love and support my son and the Jackson family. The Jacksons are good very friends. They are beautiful people and have always been loving and supportive of me and my career. As to this claim – at this time I am not at liberty to discuss this as it is common practice in our business that celebrities have non-disclosure agreements. And, we are NOT suing anyone,” Howard said. By the way…I am NOT ‘Billie Jean!’”

Howard did not answer the question as to if Joe Jackson is the father however or if one of Michael’s relatives fathered the kid?
We will keep you posted as the truth will soon surface.

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One of the great hit-makers of the 1980s and 1990s, Miki Howard is a torch singer extraordinaire with a jazzy touch. Born and raised in a musical family–both parents were celebrated gospel singers– Howard burst onto the R&B scene with “Come Share My Love” in 1986, a hit that climbed to number five on the charts. Miki went on to score a half dozen Top Five hits, including “Ain’t Nuthin in the World,” “Love Under New Management” and “Ain’t Nobody Like You,” while recording old school standards as well. A romantic duet with Gerald Levert, titled “That’s What Love Is” led to an intimate relationship that mirrored that song’s dizzying passions. Miki’s jazzy chops and smoldering good looks also won her a coveted role as Billie Holiday in Spike Lee’s film Malcolm X, after which she recorded a tribute album to Lady Day. Another album of jazz standards, “Three Wishes” was nominated for a Grammy in 2001. But after that her career plummeted, as Miki’s personal life mirrored the emotional dramas of her songs– hot romances and bad relationships, leading to subsequent struggles to make ends meet as a single mom with three kids. Now she’s back on the scene, with a voice as strong as ever, and singing with a style that reflects her hard won experience. Unsung celebrates the artistry, the trials and the triumphs of an effervescent diva with a golden touch.

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Darnell Moore has extensively studied music and urban culture both academically and professionally for over 20 years. His writings and posts have appeared in many major urban publications. Moore is the founder and creator of Memoirs of an Urban Gentleman. Contact him , http://darnellmmusic@gmail.com/ or https://twitter.com/@darnellmmusic/

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