Fans of Michael Jackson will recognize his three famous children, Paris Jackson, Prince Jackson, and Prince Michael II Jackson.
Many people may be surprised that the King of Pop is said to have fathered a fourth kid. In the early 2000s, rumors circulated that Jackson had a “secret son” before his relationship with Debbie Rowe.
Omer Bhatti, a Norwegian dancer, and rapper, was born in Oslo in 1984. A Jackson historian who previously worked as a family spokeswoman, Bhatti later relocated to California, where his mother was a nanny for Prince, and his father supposedly worked as one of Jackson’s drivers.
During the singer’s memorial service following Jackson’s deαth in 2009, Bhatti sat among Jackson’s other three children. Paris, 23, also waxed poetic about her bond with Bhatti, whom she calls her “oldest brother,” in an episode of her Facebook Watch series “Unfiltered.”
Fans who thought Paris’ only brothers were Prince, 24, and Prince Michael II (nicknamed Blanket), 19, may be surprised by the remark.
Rumors of a hidden Michael Jackson love kid were fueled further when Joe Jackson, the Jackson family patriarch, appeared to confirm that Omer Bhatti was Jackson’s son. “Yes, I knew he had another son, yes, I did,” Joe admitted to TV One (via ABC News) in 2009.
“He looks like Michael Jackson, and he can dance like Michael Jackson.” This kid is a superb dancer; he teaches dance.” Similarly, Michael’s siblings Jermaine and Rebbie voiced concern about Bhatti.
Despite this assertion, Bhatti denies being biologically linked to the Jacksons but says he feels very close to the “Thriller” singer’s other offspring.
“I consider myself an older brother because when Prince was born, my mom was hired to be Prince’s nanny, and Paris, I’ve been there since she was a baby,” Bhatti stated on an episode of Paris Jackson’s “Unfiltered” Bhatti said that, while he is not biologically connected to Michael Jackson, his admiration for the late performer began when he was just nine years old.
“He would later say that I was like a mini-version of him,” Bhatti reminisced. “And I ended up joining him on tour.” I’d have a seat right on the stage.”
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After Michael Jackson d!ed in 2009, Omer Bhatti stayed in Los Angeles to work on his music career. On his official YouTube channel, the dancer and rapper have published multiple music videos, and let’s just say he has moved!
As evidenced by his Instagram account, Bhatti is still going back and forth between the United States and Norway and is actively seeking a music career.
His most recent single, “Meditation,” was released in 2019 and featured Bhatti’s Michael Jackson-inspired dance movements. However, returning to the public glare following Jackson’s deαth was not an easy transition.
“I have to say that I do not like the word spotlight, but after being out of the public eye for a while and coming back, I discovered that it was all right, but far from as exciting as it used to be,” Bhatti told the Norwegian journal Vegan Norge in 2021.
“I’ve gone from always trying to see the end result and the goal and trying to be somewhere else to instead focusing on being present in the now and enjoying the moment here and now,” he continued.
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