Noah Robinson claims he's Oprah's father

*The National Enquirer dug up 84-year-old Noah Robinson last week and now the New York Post has followed up with an interview from the Mississippi man who claims he’s Oprah Winfrey’s long lost daddy.

Robinson, a world war 2 vet, now living in a VA hospital, wants Oprah to submit to a paternity test that he says would once and for all prove he’s her father.

He says he reached out to her years ago through a letter and offered to take a DNA test to prove his claim.

“I told her [in a letter], if she wanted, I’d give her one,” Robinson told The Post in an exclusive interview this week.

Also in the letter, he placed mementos from his life, including his Social Security number and a picture of him from the Navy in World War II, he said.

“I never got no answer,” Robinson told The Post. “I never did get no answer. If I did, it didn’t get to me.”

Robinson says he’s not interested in her money; he just wants to meet her before he dies. Meanwhile, the Post says Oprah’s spokeswoman said the TV host wasn’t available to comment on Robinson’s claims.

Oprah was raised by her mother, Vernita Lee, 75, and Lee’s longtime boyfriend, Vernon Winfrey, whom she considers her father, but knows he’s not her biological.