Michael Jackson’s nephew says Drake was wrong for using unreleased song for his album ‘Scorpion’ 

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NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 26: Host Drake speaks on stage during the 2017 NBA Awards Live On TNT on June 26, 2017 in New York City. 27111_001 (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for TNT )

Michael Jackson’s nephew says Drake was wrong for using unreleased song for his album ‘Scorpion. 

Wait, we thought Drake had permission, guess not. On this past Friday Drake dropped his album ‘Scorpion’ and one of the tracks on the project had Michael Jackson vocals on it.

Via TMZ:

Drizzy’s “Scorpion” hit Friday … a track called “Don’t Matter to Me” on the album samples an unheard Michael song that was recorded before “Thriller.”

Rebbie Jackson’s son, Austin Brown, was in Hollywood Friday and flat out says he’s not OK with Drake using the unreleased Michael track. Austin believes if MJ didn’t finish the song, Drake shouldn’t have used it. 

Brown does give Drake some props for his talent, but his overall message is clear — don’t touch the secret stuff.

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