Jackson shared a picture of his first child on social media Friday along with the sweet caption: "My baby and me after the time of the trick"
In a rare interview, pop icon Janet Jackson opens up a Jackson – and how it will deviate for his own child.
Months after the debate on HBO's documentation "Leaving Neverland", which describes allegations of child abuse against Michael Jackson, his youngest sister says she believes his legacy will continue. Jackson died on June 25, 2009.
"It will continue," she told The Sunday Times of London. "I love it when I see kids imitating him when adults are still listening to his music. It only lets you know what impact my family has had on the world. I hope I don't sound arrogant in any way – I'm just saying It is really all God's doing and I am just grateful for it. "
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Janet Jackson speaks at her Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Barclays Center in March 29, 2019, in New York. (Photo: Evan Agostini, Evan Agostini / Invision / AP)
Janet, 53, who is in the middle of a cottage Las Vegas, has both cozy and "terrible" memories of working With her family at such a young age, she recalled helping her brothers with "charitable actions": Michael, then, in his late teens, he would buy barbecue dinners, and they would drive around town "seeking homeless to feed."  But she still paralyzes to be deprived of a proper childhood. "" You really slip, "she said." You must not do all the fun things the children do. I wanted to do gymnastics, but it couldn't happen because I was busy working. But at least I had my brothers and sisters. They were my best friends. "
She also opened once to tell Father Joe that she was interested in stepping away from music and going to school to study business law: "My father told me no … He felt God had another way to me."
Jackson says she feels she said "all told" to Joe as she needed because before her father died nearly a year ago and added that her own son, 2½-year-old Eissa, will be free to choose her own path.
"I was grateful for the time I had with him, together with Eissa, the three of us together, "she said." Being with my father in the end. "
The pop star recognized struggles with tabloid headlines after announcing his divorce from husband Wissam Al Mana in May 2017, just months after greeting her first child, she said therapy has been useful for k around hard times.
"It will never be an easy trip, but we will get through this," she said. I've done a lot in my life, and it's about having fun and continuing to have fun. There are still things that I want to do in life, but if I'm not going to do these things, then I'm good. I have a son and he is beautiful. He's my light. "
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