Joe Jackson's odd message to Blanket

MJ's dad Joe confuses grandsons as he wishes Blanket well after Prince has accident

MJ's dad Joe confuses grandsons as he wishes Blanket well after Prince has accident

For starters, Blanket has a brother (Prince Jackson) and a sister (Paris Jackson). You're like your father. In a video posted on his Twitter account, 89-year-old Joe sent a heartfelt but confusing message to the teenager, beginning: "Hello, Blanket!".

The industry vet expressed a similar sentiment in his rambling video, as he elaborated as to why the Thriller's singer "tried to disguise [him] as much as possible".

On Tuesday, 14 November, the Jackson family patriarch shared the snap of the unsafe singer's media-shy teen son and announced that Blanket had changed his name to B.G. or Bigi. "But I want you to stay healthy and stay off those bikes too, you know!"

"Don't ride, now", Jackson continued. "But anyway, tell your brothers I said hello and stay clean and healthy". You are like your father in so many ways, and you remind me most of him.

"Enjoy life, see lots of good movies, stay healthy and remember, I do love you!"

He signed off by saying, "Above all, I love you all". You'll live a long time. And be like me, be tough, be tough in a good way. Take care, man. You be good.

Blanket, who now reportedly goes by B.G., is the youngest of Jackson's three children and is not often seen in public these days.

The Jackson family patriarch also shared a rare photo of himself with Bigi on Twitter that included overlay text that read "learn the rules and break them".

But with the video message, it appears Joe aka Joseph seems a bit confused as he constantly refers to his grandson with his old name "Blanket" and asks him to say his hello to his "brothers".

As for his warning about bike accidents, Prince recently fell when riding his motorbike, not Bigi. Jackson posted a shot of his feet outstretched on a gurney with the somewhat sheepish caption: "Well s-..."

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