The creator of Sonic fuels rumors of Michael Jackson's involvement with Sonic3

The creator of Sonic fuels rumors of Michael Jackson's involvement with Sonic3

While it might sound, there has long been an urban legend that Michael Jackson was involved in rearranging a part of the soundtrack for Sonic 3, now Sonic creator and Sonic 3 programr Yuji Naka has appeared on Twitter to express its gratitude for the legend, as it relates to the replacement of certain tracks in the recently released remasters in Sonic Origins.

Yuki Naja asked whether Sonic Origins'' Sonic 3 release would have different music, and then apologized with surprise that did, even as Sega''s TikTok marketing for the account used Michael Jackson''s Billie Jean.

Even though the SEGA Official uses Michael Jackson''s music, the music for Sonic 3 has changed.

"I''m shocked. Is this a sign?" Naja asked in a previous tweet.

Sonic 3 had previously discovered that the original Sonic Origins tracks were replaced with versions of the songs from previous testing versions of the game. That leads people to speculate that the new tracks were those that Michael Jackson had worked on, and that Sega did not have the right to use them.

Naka responded to the rumors by tweeting a picture he took while flying over Jackson''s Neverland ranch in Jackson''s own helicopter:

When we went to his house in his helicopter, I took this

Naja never outright states that Jackson did not feature on the soundtrack, but that Sonic 3 never featured Michael Jackson in its credits. Naka also followed up his short thread on Twitter by saying, "I''m feeling like I''m being misunderstood a lot, probably because I don''t speak English, and I''m using a translation tool."

Is Michael Jackson at least a fan of the Sonic 3 soundtrack? Who knows. Occasionally, Jackson is thought to be involved with projects without explicit authorization. It was previously alleged that he had acted on a character in The Simpsons, but anyone who was creatively involved with the show confirmed it was him. He was apparently also recorded and recorded for Ready 2 Rumble Box: Round 2, "albeit at a lower register than his usual speaking voice," according to Wikipedia.

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