The singer Miki Howard may just be the alleged Billie Jean who was the mother of Michael Jackson’s illegitimate son. DNA tests have confirmed beyond a shadow of a doubt that she was the source of the negative inspiration behind the King of Pop’s 1982 hit song.
When Michael Jackson came on the scene for the first time, he wrote several songs some of which even entered the Guinness Book of World Records for the number of records they sold worldwide. One such song was the funky beat psychological suspense number called Billie Jean.
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In it Michael sings of a woman who accused him of being her newborn baby’s father. He of course flat out denies it. But today we are not so sure.
Michael died in his forties a few years ago. He has three legitimate children. But whether Miki Howard is the actual Billie Jean remains something kept under wraps by both Jackson’s family and Miki’s son Brandon.
Brandon, who bears an uncanny resemblance to Michael, is currently in his thirties. He is a singer in his own right just like his mother who was famous way back in the 80s. Brandon was recently asked at a show to give a DNA sample which he did.
But Brandon says he didn’t know the purpose behind the proposal. Had he known that the real reason was to label him with the slur of being Michael Jackson’s love child, he would never have consented in the first place.
Brandon already has a family in the shape of Miki Howard and her husband. He has no wish to partake in the millions of dollars worth of inheritance left behind by Jackson. But scientific evidence proves that Brandon’s DNA matches Michael Jackson’s almost 100%.
This shows that maybe Miki Howard is the real Billie Jean after all. At least, all the clues point in that direction. She was called Billie way back then in the greedy 80s.
And she was represented by Michael’s father and had a torrid affair with Michael Jackson himself. One can only think back to the words of that memorable song: “Billie Jean is not my lover. She’s just a girl who says I am the one. The kid is not my son.”