Janet Can't Ignore Me Any Longer! Jackson 'Love Child' Demands Meeting With Pop Star

The woman at the center of the Janet Jackson love child scandal is begging for a meeting with the iconic singer, has learned, after years of mystery and scandal surrounding the truth about her parents.

"If she has a conscience and she wants to get this off her chest, then I believe she will step forward, reach out to me," Philadelphia woman Tiffany Whyte told "Let me know what's going on. Let me know who you are."

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As reported, Whyte claims she is the love child of Jackson and ex-husband, James DeBarge. Jackson – who welcomed a son, Eissa, with husband Wissam al Mana in January – has never commented on the claims that she abandoned a child fathered by DeBarge years ago. DeBarge himself has been insistent that he believes an heir is out there.

Now, after taking a DNA test with DeBarge to prove who her parents really are, Whyte says it's time for Jackson to set the record straight.

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"Mother, I miss you I love you and I've been waiting for this moment for 31 years," Whyte said in a heartbreaking plea to the woman she believes is her mom.

Insisting she wouldn't blame Jackson if she had in fact given her up for adoption, Whyte said, "I know you were young and I know a lot of people had a lot of say but I forgive you and I Just want us to move on and have a mother-daughter relationship."

"I want to be happy with you and I want to be there for you no matter what."

Stay with for the shocking results of the DNA test, to be released later this week.

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