Paris Jackson reveals how her pop icon father instilled a strong work ethic and gratefulness in her and her siblings as children.
In the latest example of fallout from the explosive documentary, Jackson's kids are looking to sue his accusers
Prince Jackson was involved in a motorbike accident on Thursday night – but he has reassured fans he is OK. The 20-year-old student is at home “resting” following the incident, in which he is said to have lost control of his bike while riding in light rain in Los Angeles, according to TMZ. Fortunately, Prince – the son of late music legend Michael Jackson and his ex Debbie Rowe – has taken to Instagram to reveal he is “recovering”, and has thanked the emergency services for their help.
Michael Jackson’s oldest son, Michael Joseph Jackson Jr. – aka Prince Jackson – lead a series of touching tributes to the late star on what would have been his 58th birthday. In a brief post shared via Twitter and Instagram on Monday, Prince, who was only 12 when Michael died, shared a self-penned poem for his dearly departed father.
Prince Jackson has hit back at paternity critics on Twitter, whilst hinting that Michael Jackson may not be his biological father.
Michael Jackson’s children were spotted arriving at a Hollywood sports bar in Los Angeles to celebrate the premiere of the new reality show The Jacksons: Next Generation, which will focus on the third generation of the Jackson family. Paris Jackson had a smile that resembled the Cheshire cat, as she stepped out with boyfriend Chester Castellaw. Paris, who recently dyed her hair red, kept it casual with a classic t-shirt and denim jeans combo.