Teddy Riley & Michael Jackson’s Fam Say MJ’s Album Sung By MJ Imposter!
As some of you probably know by now, Teddy Riley and some of Michael Jackson’s family publicly blasted MJ’s 2010 posthumous album for being a fake and now after years of speculation and allegations flying back and forth, there is a pending a lawsuit regarding this. It was filed a few months back.
Now for those of you who aren’t familiar with the drama that surrounded Teddy Riley’s involvement and MJ’s family, here are all the details: It turns out there was some real shady stuff going on and Teddy Riley, nor the Jackson fam’ wanted no parts of it. Basically we were allegedly lied to y’all! Read the details below [via damienshields.com]
Teddy Riley has made the explosive claim that he was “set up” when The Michael Jackson Estate and Sony Music’s Epic Records brought him in to produce music for the King of Pop’s first posthumous album, apologising to a fan via Twitter for his involvement in the project.
Riley is expressing his displeasure with the way things went down in 2010, deflecting blame towards Eddie Cascio and The Michael Jackson Estate for having him work on what many allege to be fraudulent tracks featuring the voice of a Michael Jackson sound-alike.
For those of you not familiar with the controversy, Michael Jackson’s longtime friend Eddie “Angel” Cascio and his collaborative partner, singer/songwriter/engineer James Porte (aka “Bobby Ewing”), claim that Jackson secretly co-wrote and recorded twelve songs, now infamously known as the “Cascio tracks”, in Eddie’s New Jersey basement back in late-2007.
Here’s where things start sounding really suspect…
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