How about THIS story.
A while ago I reported that a man was claiming to be MJ's son and everyone thought he was just another idiot trying to get money from the Jackson Estate. Well......check out this UPDATE:
Turns out the kid is not Michael Jackson's son. After TMZ reported that the paternity test was bogus, a man has come forward claiming he's the real father of Brandon Howard.
Augie Johnson tells TMZ he fathered Brandon during his relationship with gospel singer Miki Howard in the '80s -- and has remained in his son's life.
Augie insists his son wasn't behind last week's DNA stunt, telling the gossip blog that it was masterminded by "greedy people" around Brandon.
He also says Brandon's resemblance to the pop star is probably due to surgery.
Shakira tells Billboard that her boyfriend has banned her from making raunchy videos with men. "He's very territorial, and since he no longer lets me do videos with men, well, I have to do them with women. It's more than implied in our relationship that I can't do videos like I used to. It's out of the question -- which I like, by the way. I like that he protects his turf and he values me, in a way that the only person that he would ever let graze my thigh would be Rihanna."
Taylor Swift tells Time magazine that she has no plans to relocate from Nashville to L.A.. "I've been lucky enough to find friends who live in New York, L.A., and Nashville, so none of those cities ever feel foreign or lonely. Choosing to have my management company based in Nashville just made sense because my family is there as well as my record label. I never think about moving home bases. I spend as much time in Nashville as I can. The cool thing about spending time in Nashville is that no one knows when I'm there. In New York and L.A., there are photographers waiting on the street, and it seems like every errand I run is photographed and documented. You don't see as much evidence of me spending time in Nashville, because I'm not being photographed at the grocery store. I'm just able to wander around the grocery store and make casual conversation with the girl standing next to me in the produce aisle."