In 2011, a boy of Colombian origin, who calls himself Manuel José, appeared before José José assuring that he was his son. The singer told him that he was glad to undergo a DNA test to recognize him; the results were negative. After the death of the Prince of the song, Brayan Franier Álvarez Rojas, the young man's real name, reassured his blood relationship; for this reason, Marysol Sosa, the eldest daughter of the interpreter of "The ship of oblivion" is frightened by this obsession.
"In advance, I am very surprised; to this day I have not had the opportunity to meet this boy in person," Sosa warned the media. "If I have heard him sing; I have seen him, it scares me a little because I see that there is too much obsession with which the boy grew up and with the fact of wanting to be José José."
The singer's descendant made it clear that "my own dad was tested" for DNA that showed there was no relationship between them. He even sent her an affectionate message, hoping to give up on the insistence of showing off as the offspring of the Prince of song.
"Regardless of whether it is clear to me that he is a good imitator of my lord dad, I do not understand why today he is awarded a title that is not his," he added. "'My king is not my father's son [José José]. Thank you for admiring and respecting him so much, and God bless you."
It seems to Marysol Sosa that the boy's actions are "bad taste" and a lack of "respect" towards José José; He hopes that Álvarez Rojas will put the issue aside and avoid getting into legal trouble.
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