When Michael Jackson was alive he kept his children in extreme privacy, having them don masks and burka-like outfits in public to avoid having their photos taken. Since his death, they’ve been unveiled and caused plenty of skepticism over whether or not the King of Pop is their biological father due to their light skin.
It’s one of those debates that seemed like it would go on and on and on, unless someone came out with rock solid evidence that Michael either was or wasn’t. DNA tests don’t usually fall from the sky, but a new clue has emerged.
Prince Michael, whose mother is Debbie Rowe, was spotted on the beach with white splotches on his skin that look like the rare disease vitiglio-the same disease Michael suffered from. The pictures are convincing, but there is also the chance the blotches are non-blended sunscreen, though the area of the body, the armpit, is one most kid’s forget to put the SPF on.
Vitiligo is a skin condition in which there is loss of pigment (color) from areas of skin, resulting in irregular white patches that feel like normal skin. It can be hereditary and only affects about 1% of the United States population. If Prince does have the disease, then this is very good proof that he is truly Michael’s son.