Elvis Presley’s grandson takes to the stage and shows off his talent

Dakota Striplin makes a name for himself on the music show “The Voice”, claiming to be the grandson of Dr. Elvis Presley, known as the “King of Rock and Roll”. He sings a new version of “Love Me Tender” for the “The Voice” audience and judges. Every note reminds them of his supposed ancestry.

As soon as she starts playing guitar and singing in her angelic voice, Dakota has everyone in the audience spellbound. Deeply moved, the judge quickly turns around in her chair and raises her hand to her chest.
The judges want to know why she chose this song and how it came to her.

Dakota says that Elvis Presley has long influenced her. Talking about his family history, he mentions that his grandmother loved going to see Elvis in concert.
In telling his story, Dakota uncovers the mysterious history of his family tree. Although Dakota’s father says nothing, his grandmother, who has a close connection with Elvis’ heritage, plays a very important role in the story. Dakota’s request is more important than it seems, as she saw Elvis perform in Hawaii and was deeply saddened by his death.

The fact that the DNA results contradict the story of her supposed biological father leads people to believe that Dakota could be one, but you should still do your research and draw your own conclusions.

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