Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Creepy, Yes or No??

They say this kid, Omer Bhatti, is Michael Jackson's first child born in 1984, now 25 years old. He sat on the front row at Michael's funeral with Janet and LaToya and the rest of the Jackson family.

He is supposedly a love child out of a one night get-together with a Norwegian woman possibly. Elizabeth Taylor introduced the woman to him but she is not saying who the woman is.

He has lived in Norway for many years but had been seen on occasions at Neverland Ranch.

I think this kid has already had plastic surgery at a young age, kinda looks creepy.

Don't get me wrong, I like his music but he was very strange to say the least!

What do you think??


Neabear said...

Creepy for sure. I never really followed Michael Jackson. Too weird for me. I remember when he was part of the Jackson 5.

Tweedles -- that's me... said...

Hi Becky
My moms liked Michael Jacksons music - most of it, and wished they could dance like him.
I tried to moon dance- but have your ever seen a pug moon dance? It is just about as good as his!
The whole story was BAZAR

Neas Nuttiness said...

Creepy - is not a strong enough word...for MJ, and his entire family!!!

Neas Nuttiness said...

BTW - did you ever come over and get your award?

Tatersmama said...

I'm with you on this one! CREEPY! Although I have a hard time believing that MJ was capable of ermmmm.... you know.
I wonder if there was any mention of the boy in the will? Because if not... why not?
The other 3 aren't even Michael's biological children!

Jientje said...

I was not surprised to see that in the paper. Makes me wonder though.
Creepy, weird.Absolutely.
I prefer to remember his music and his dance.

Robynn's Ravings said...

I preferred Michael Jackson when he was young and black. I never cared for the white woman he became.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Hello Becky. Thanks for visiting my blog today. I used to like his music many years ago until he became wierd. :)

Poor you and the skeeters. I believe they are worse this year than they have been. Always the disadvantage of lots of rain and living in these sub-topical climates.

Really love your funnies in "what a week". Thanks for the smile. :)

Art with Liz said...

Hi Becky - interesting topic! I quite like his earlier music and prefer not to dwell on what he has and hasn't done or how much plastic surgery he's had. But what a song and dance over his death! Bit much I thought.

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

The whole thing is just "too much". But sadly it is like watching a train wreck that you know you can't stop. You still stand and watch.

One entirely odd, and creepy family.


Mountain Woman said...

I never knew about this child. I did always love MJ's music.