Michael Jackson's brother Randy went OFF on Twitter last night, stoking the flames of the debate among fans and family members over Michael's "new" music.
Swearing some songs on Sony's upcoming Michael album are fake, he writes "Some of the songs are him, and some aren't. I would be [sic] my life on that."
"I know this may seem harsh, but this is the truth, as I know it..."
Every expert, including forensic voice specialists, who analyzed the tracks said the voice on "Breaking News" is MJ's, but Randy Jackson is undeterred.
Undeterred and conspiratorial: "But what's worse ... is that my brother isn't here, and these people are more concerned about making money off his death. They could care less about why and how he died, or maybe they already know."
Randy also claims MJ's executors "didn't care about quality or how complete the vocals were." That's a different argument, one we also heard from will.i.am in lamenting the album release, but it doesn't mean it's not him.
Are the songs really fake, though? Listen after the jump and see ...