Joe Jackson compares Blanket to Michael Jackson

Angelo Anderson
November 15, 2017

Michael Jackson's legacy lives on in his kids, especially when it comes to his youngest, Blanket.

Joe said in the five-minute clip: "I want you to stay healthy and stay off those bikes too you know!"

Joe Jackson, posted a video on his Twitter account that some people say is freakish because it was addressed to his grandson, Blanket but seems meant for his older brother, Prince. "Your health is... I don't know what". You are like your father.

The 89-year-old retired manager wrote on his official website: 'You are like your father in so many ways, and you remind me most of him'. Now I understand why your father got you to wear masks all the time, news papers were bothering him so much, he tried to disguise you as much as possible.

Joe tweeted the video message Monday in which he tells Blanket to "stay healthy" and "stay off those bikes". You will live a long time.


It was Prince, not B.G., who was rushed to the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center ER on November 2 for sustaining a knee injury from a vehicle accident involving his motorcycle and "light rain" - according to TMZ. Above all, I love you all. You take care man, be good.

"To my grandson Blanket", he wrote with the link to his video message. The pic was accompanied with the words: "Learn the rules and break them".

Joe refers to Bigi using his old moniker, Blanket, and also tells him to say hello to his brothers despite Bigi having one brother, Prince Michael, 20, and one sister, Paris, 19.

Earlier this month, Prince was struck by another vehicle while driving to his college campus and had to be taken to hospital by ambulance.

The elusive teenager - whose mother was an unidentified surrogate - was only 7 years old when the King of Pop succumbed to "acute propofol and benzodiazepine intoxication" back in 2009. The 15-year-old is the youngest son of the late singer and was seen sitting next to his 89-year-old grandfather in the photo.

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