It appears that Joe Jackson delivered a message to the wrong grandson when he posted a video message offering some advice and well wishes to Michael Jackson’s youngest son, Blanket.

Joe, 89, tweeted a video message Monday in which he tells Blanket to “stay healthy” and “stay off those bikes.” But it was Prince, not Blanket, who recently got into a motorcycle accident that sent him to the hospital.

Mr. Jackson also tells Blanket, “You’re like your father,” and brings up the masks that Michael had all three of his children wear when they were younger and out in public.

“The news people were bothering you so much so he tried to disguise you as much as possible,” he says in the video. “But I want you to stay healthy and stay off those bikes, too.”

Later, he advises Blanket: “Be like me, be tough. Though, be tough in a good way. You’ll live a long time. I love you all. You take care man, be good. I’ll see you next time I come to L.A.”

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10 thoughts on “Joe Jackson Posts Video Message For Blanket; Likely Meant For Prince

  1. Christianforreal on said:

    Exactly!!!! Even though he got his grandsons mixed up, this was actually pretty sweet!! And BAW this wasn’t newsworthy, at all!!! You guys need some real investigative reporters AND some really good proofers!!!

    • therealhousewifeofprincegeorgescounty on said:

      All excellent points and I reaaallly have been hoping they would find some people, anybody who knows and understands English to proofread these articles–mistakes all the time!

  2. KENNETH PATTEN SR. on said:

    I JUST CAME OFF THE STATE OF THE WORLD TOUR WITH JANET JACKSON…ESCORTED MR.JACKSON A COUPLE OF TIMES HE IS A SENIOR CITIZEN ….REMEMBER YOU WILL GET THERE TOO…GOD BLESS

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