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Prince Jackson Continues His Father's Legacy Through Active Charity Work

November 24, 2017 12:02

In the early years, Michael Jackson was extremely overprotective of his kids and would do nearly anything to shield them from the outside world.

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But today, his two sons and daughter are public figures who continue the legacy of the King of Pop in many ways. The older one, Prince Jackson, 20, pays special attention to the charitable efforts.

Giving back to the community

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In October 2017, Prince Jackson hosted his annual charitable event – Costume for a Cause Halloween Party.

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The event was held at the Jacksons' residence in Encino, California, filled with spooky decorations and scary characters. The main goal of the costume night was to raise money for several non-profits and charities helping foster kids. Prince's siblings, 19-year-old Paris and 15-year-old Blanket “BJ”, also participated in the event.

As Prince said in an interview with Natalie Morales, giving back to the community and making sure they help “heal the world” were the principles that their legendary father taught his kids.

In another interview, the young man admitted that found his source of inspiration in his father's Heal The World Foundation. He said that father taught him and his siblings to “lead by example” and give back to the community, so that's exactly what they do - continue their father's legacy through charity work.

Growing closer over the years

When being asked about his siblings, Paris and BJ, Prince said that they've “grown closer over the years” and have a strong bond that “cannot be broken.” However, only one of Jackson's kids – the gorgeous Paris – seems to inherit not only the kind heart but also musical and artistic talents of her legendary father.

The girl is already working hard on building her own career in the entertainment industry as a model. And her two brothers totally support her on every step of the way, just like the family is supposed to do.

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