Michael Jackson’s “secret son” – devastated over the King of Pop’s sudden death – is planning to have a DNA test that could put him in legal contention for a huge chunk of the singer’s estate, The ENQUIRER has
learned exclusively. Omer Bhatti, 24, wants to find out “once and for all” whether he’s Jackson’s biological son, reveal sources.
It has been reported that Omer, a close friend of Michael, was conceived in a one-night stand between Jackson and a Norwegian fan.
Under a secret agreement with the boy’s mother, Jackson moved Omer into his Neverland home in 1997 – and the boy ended up living on and off with the entertainer for the next few years and even appeared on stage with him. The two often dressed in identical clothing.
“Michael’s death has propelled Omer to seek the answer to a question he’s wrestled with his entire life: Is Michael his father?” a close source told The ENQUIRER.
“Omer is mourning Michael’s passing, but when that subsides, he’s determined to have a DNA test.”
The younger man had been billing himself as a hip-hop musician called O-bee. After Jackson died, Omer proclaimed on a Web site: “We have lost a family member.”
When The ENQUIRER contacted members of Omer’s family July 2 at his home in Oslo, we were told: “Omer is too distraught to talk at this moment.”
It’s clear there was a special bond between the two.
The ENQUIRER disclosed that the boy flew to Tunisia in 1996 to meet Jackson when the singer arrived there on his HIStory world tour.
“And Omer was going to surprise Michael on his scheduled comeback concerts,” revealed the close source. “He was going to go onstage with him and recapture the moment when they sang and danced together back at the HIStory concert.
“Omer doesn’t care about the hundreds of millions in Michael’s will – he just wants to know if Michael is really his dad.”