Michael Jackson’s Oldest Child Prince Graduates From College

Grace Higgins | May 12th, 2019

Saturday was a very happy day for the Jackson clan, Prince Jackson got his college degree. Jackson,22, graduated from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. Many members of the Jackson family were on hand to celebrate with Prince. Including T.J. Jackson, Tito’s son, who was chosen as the legal guardian of the late singer’s children. Next month with be the 10th anniversary of Jackson’s death of a drug overdose. Prince received his Bachelors degree in ‘Business Administration’. He said “I graduated now time to get a job.”

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T.J. Jackson said, “It’s been a long hard journey, but I’m so proud of you. Keep learning, keep growing, keep giving back. I love you.” In attendance was Aunt Latoya Jackson, Tito Jackson, along with Marlon and Randy Jackson. Prince’s girlfriend Molly, and his siblings Paris and Blanket were also there. Last year Prince talked about how he would like to carry on his father’s charity work. He said, “It’s so important to remember all the good things he did for people around the world.”

The estate that his father left him, is estimated to be worth close to a billion dollars. He shares the estate with his two siblings and his ailing grandmother Katherine Jackson. Prince said in a recent interview, that he is not musical at all, and “I can’t even dance, it’s really sad, but I’m terrible.” He said out of Jackson’s children, his sister Paris is ‘a very good singer.’ About his charity work Prince said, “I think it’s just the way my dad raised me and my siblings.. I guess it’s like an inbred thing. It’s bred into us to really give back to the community. My dad always taught me to lead by example. So I hope that I can set a good example, that you can have fun by helping other people. You can make a change by helping.”

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