Michael Jackson's Sons Prince and Blanket Debut YouTube Show
The 22-year-old and 17-year-old review movies in their new series.
The Jacksons are back and they’re about to tell you all about the movies they’ve been watching.
Michael Jackson’s sons Prince and Blanket are teaming up with their cousin Taj Jackson to launch a YouTube show where they review movies.
“It took a while to set up, but we’ll be doing movies,” Taj said, introducing their channel in their first, 44-minute-long video. “Our favorite topic.”
For their first show, they teamed up with James Sutherland to review last month’s blockbuster, "Avengers: Endgame."
“It gets better as you watch it,” Blanket said, noting that he watched it several times but was disappointed the first time he watched it.
The new project comes shortly after Prince, whose real name is Michael Joseph Jackson Jr., graduated from college. The 22-year-old graduated Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles cum laude with a degree in business administration.
In an emotional post on Instagram, Prince thanked his cousins and his family for their support.
Seventeen-year-old Blanket, who now goes by Bigi, is currently in high school and attends Buckley School in Sherman Oaks, California.
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