Michael´s biological kids

 
Michael with Debbie, mother of Prince and Paris and with his youngest son now called Bigi:
 
 
Prince, Paris and Bigi:
 
Q: Can a couple sire a baby that is significantly darker or lighter than either individual?
- A curious adult from North Carolina

A: The short answer is, yes! A couple can have a baby with a skin color that isn’t between their own. The long answer, though, is much more interesting.
The long answer has to do with the parts of your DNA that give specific instructions for one small part of you. In other words, your genes.
It turns out that there isn’t just one or even a few genes involved in skin color. There are hundreds of different stretches of DNA all working together that decide your skin color. Click here for Understanding genetics
 
 
The Jacksons, like most Black people in America, are mixed. Michael has Native American on both sides of his parents, White on both sides and maybe even Chinese on his mother’s part. Learn more here: www.truemichaeljackson.com/family/
 
One of the main reasons MJ divorced his first wife Lisa Marie was because he wanted to have his own children – his own children – and she wasn’t willing to have them at the time. She already had two children of her own, but this didn’t seem to be enough for him. He decided to have children with nurse and his longtime friend Debbie, who was willing to give him children because she thought that he deserved to be a father.
 
Debbie lost their first child:
 
 
There was a widely spread story that Debbie Rowe herself had denied that Michael Jackson is the father of these children. This came from an interview in News of The World she supposedly gave three days after Michael Jackson died, where she allegedly called herself a “vessel” and a “thoroughbred.” If that wasn’t enough to clue you in that it was a fake, Rowe’s attorney, Marta Almli, has said: “The interview did not occur. The article is a complete fabrication.”
Rowe has been quick to try to rebut or silence false reports. The lawsuit states that her attorneys got News of the World to remove a story based on assertions made by White. Rowe’s attorney then also demanded a retraction from the New York Post after the paper ran a story claiming she had accepted a payout to drop her custody bid. Debbie successfully sued the woman who had been selling these false stories for 270,000.
 

 

Prince - Michael Jackson Jr.

 
 

Prince and his grandfather Joe:

 

 

Prince and great-grandfather Samuel:

 
 

Prince inherited Michael´s vitiligo:

 
 
According to research, “Between 30-40% of patients with vitiligo have a positive family history suggesting genetic causation.” (source) (Vitiligo normally affects 1-2% of the population and people with autoimmune disorders cannot donate sperm. So how did he happen to have such a coincidental disease other that him being MJ´s son?)
 

Prince´s Vitiligo was confirmed by Michael's sister La Toya, brother Jermaine, make-up artist Karen Faye, and after seeing the photos also by specialists.

 

“Vitiligo is on my father’s side and Prince has it, too – on his arms and chest."

La Toya, Michael´s sister, in Telegraph, 17 Nov 2009


"Yes. Prince has vitiligo."

Karen Faye on her Facebook, November 2009

 

Howard Stern: “Did he father those kids?”
Rabbi Boteach: “Of course. Prince looks like his father. He has Michael’s eyes, the same blotches on his skin.”

(6th April 2001)

 

“It’s pretty clear that this is probably vitiligo.” 

New York dermatologist Brian Bonanni studied several photographs of Prince Michael for INSIDE EDITION, 28th June 2010


“That looks like vitiligo,” said Dr. Raymond Boissy, professor of Dermatology at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and president of the National Vitiligo Foundation after seeing the vacation photos (above). Though he said he cannot provide a diagnosis without examining Prince Michael directly, Boissy said “there are very few other dermatology issues that would render that spot so white.”

"In many cases, the appearance of de-pigmented lesions alone, especially in regions like the underarm, groin, and elbows, is sufficient evidence to diagnose vitiligo," says Caroline Le Poole, an associate professor of pathology at Loyola University who studies vitiligo.

1st July 2010

Prince and his uncle Marlon:

Prince and his Cousin:

 

Paris

 

Paris and her aunt La Toya:

 

Paris and her great cousin from Joe´s side Jahmia:

Paris Jackson´s eyes: 

 

 

 

 

 

Bigi (Blanket, Prince II.)

 

Siblings 

 

Credits: most of the comparision photos are made by Olivia Hall www.instagram.com/oliviamjjhall777/

 

From Jackon Family

 

                Janet´s son:                                            Jackie´s son:

 

              Taj´s daughter:

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