Blanket Jackson appeared on “Good Morning Britain” on Monday to defend the fight against climate change on the sidelines of COP26.
Michael Jackson’s children are very exposed in the media to talk about their various commitments. After Prince (24), who spoke in front of the cameras of “Good Morning Britain” to mention their father’s artistic legacy and his charitable work, it was the turn of the youngest of the siblings, Blanket (said “Bigi”), to speak on the same program.
“We have work to do …”
In a short clip broadcast on November 1, 2021 in the English program, the 19-year-old young man, who is very rare in the press, for his part confided in his commitment to the fight against global warming, while Glasgow is also hosting the COP26 summit at the same time. Interviewed at the Hayvenhurst Estate, a studio-owned property owned by the Jackson family, Blanket said his generation was particularly sensitive to environmental issues. “I think we have work to do, but our generation knows how important it is,” he said.
EXCLUSIVE: Bigi Jackson speaks about his father, Michael Jackson’s legacy for the first time.
Bigi, formerly known as Blanket, is using his voice to call on world leaders to tackle the problem of climate change as COP26 begins. pic.twitter.com/920Zlk4usK
– Good Morning Britain (@GMB) November 1, 2021
This weekend, Prince, Blanket and their sister Paris Jackson (23) hosted a big charity Halloween party at the Hayvenhurst Estate. The funds raised will help finance initiatives led by their father’s association The Heal Los Angeles Foundation, which helps the most disadvantaged children. Prince Jackson announced several years ago to take over the management of this organization.
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