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A conspiracy theorist has sensationally claimed to have heard Michael Jackson speaking in the background of an Instagram video posted by sister Janet, sparking bizarre claims he is still alive.

Despite the overwhelming evidence that the legendary singer died in his Los Angeles home on June 25, 2009, so-called truth-seekers have become convinced that official reports have not told the true story.

They incredibly believe the whole thing was faked, pointing to a lookalike’s appearance, sightings and more as their very questionable evidence.

And footage has now emerged which, the uploader claims, bizarrely shows Jacko speaking to Janet on her Instagram clip.

The video, shared on December 29, is taken from Janet’s Instagram story.

The conspiracy theorist used a clip of Michael Jackson saying ‘good’ to back up the bizarre claims

She seems to be looking at something popping up in the water before saying: “I knew that was going to happen.”

It is at this point that a mumble can be heard, apparently from a different voice, behind the camera.

According to the editor, this voice is MJ and not only that, but they somehow managed to distinguish what was actually said.

“Look, you see that?” so-called Jacko says. “There’s more. Good. Good.”

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To back up the already bonkers claims this is the singer, the clip then cuts to show the real-life Jackson saying “good”.

In fairness, it does sound vaguely similar to that voice in the Instagram clip but to say that is proof MJ is alive? Well, we’ll let you decide on that.

Although it is not clear who made the clip, it was shared by Jasmine Blush on Twitter.

“You can clearly hear Michael’s voice,” she wrote. “It was compared with Michael saying “good” in 1995 and is the exact same voice.

Michael Jackson
Jackson died on June 25, 2009

“Michael Jackson is alive in 2019. I love you Michael.”

Understandably, the footage split opinion among viewers.

One wrote: “Yes this is Michael Jackson 100%.”

Another agreed, adding: “Oh yes, it is the King, the legend talking, saying good. I love you MJ.”

But one mocked the claims by suggesting it sounded nothing like Jackson.

Of course, the clip could also be doctored to make it sound like there was another voice.





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