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In fact, La Toya goes so far as to say that Paris actually called her in a panic after discovering her father's new tunes were phonies. "I haven't heard the complete album but I do know some of the songs that I've heard, it is definitely not his voice," La Toya insisted, speaking on 'The Talk' today (March 5). "During that time I was doing 'The Apprentice' and Paris called me and said, 'Aunt La Toya, I want you to listen to something ... You gotta listen to this, this is not daddy's voice,'" La Toya revealed.
"She played it for me and I go, 'Paris, you're right, it's not,'" remembers La Toya. "And I kept listening, and kept listening and it was not his voice and she was so concerned about it and she said, 'We gotta put a stop to this. We must to put a stop to this. And I'm not gonna let them [record executives] get by with this.'"
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