Michael Jackson’s son, Blanket, made a rare public appearance next to his brother and sister, to deliver an important message on climate change.
The 19-year-old, now known as ‘Bigi’, has largely stayed out of the public eye since his father died in 2009.
It is finally back in the eyes of the people, with sister Paris Jackson and brother Prince, to underline the importance of paying attention to climate change.
Opening the doors of their house in LA for an annual celebration, to honor the legacy of the late icon, he told the cameras: “There are a lot of exciting things here, there are a lot of stories here in this house, that was all he had. ”
“This is what each of us wants to do, to do some things that people like and benefit them.”
“I think it’s important that we all do that, I think we have a lot of work to do, our generation knows how important it is,” he said of climate change.
Paris agreed: “It’s something we all have to accept and we all have to do our part. “Of course, I’m doing my best and that’s all we can do.
Despite maintaining privacy, they have used social media to mark historical occasions.
“The kids live like Michael is constantly looking down upon them,” a family friend told the magazine. “[But Blanket] has had the most problems adjusting after Michael died.”