Things, in the world of Michael Jackson, are never what they seem to be.
In a press release issued last week, from what was portrayed as Michael Jackson's Bahrain record label 2 Seas Records, it was stated that Jackson was collaborating with 50 Cent, DJ Whoo Kid, and aspiring artist Lucy Diamonds on the track 'Now That I Found Love' on a mixtape called 'MJ Unit: The Takeover'.
However, it sees that this release was a fake. Sue Harris, who is the spokeswoman for 2 Seas Records, confirmed that the press release was a fake.
She was quoted as saying:
"I do not know who put this story out, certainly not us. But it doesn't surprise me.
As far as we are concerned, details regarding the recording of Michael Jackson's albums are being kept under wraps.
We will not be making any comments as to who may or may not be working with Michael Jackson in the studio.
We will not be making any announcements, nor will we be reacting to any speculation or reports in the media."
DJ Whoo Kid said:
"I don't know who made that up. I don't know who Lucy Diamonds is."
Fake or not, it is a nice way to generate publicity for Jackson and his associates.