Blanket Jackson appeared in “Good Morning Britain” on Monday to justify the fight against climate change in the wake of COP26.
Children of Michael Jackson Much exposed in the media to discuss their various commitments. After Prince (24) talked about his father’s artistic heritage and his charitable activities in front of “Good Morning Britain” cameras, the younger siblings’ blanket (said “tight”) came. Speak on the same show.
“We have work to do …”
In a short clip aired on an English program on November 1, 2021, the 19-year-old, who is rarely seen in the press, also believed in Glasgow’s commitment to the fight against global warming. At the same time COP26 is hosting the Summit. Blanket, who was interviewed at the HeavenHurst Estate, a studio-owned property owned by the Jackson family, said his generation was particularly sensitive to environmental issues. “I think we have work to do, but our generation knows how important that is,” he said.
EXCLUSIVE: Biggy Jackson first spoke about the legacy of his father Michael Jackson.
Biggy, formerly known as the Blanket, is using his voice to call on world leaders to address the issue of climate change when COP26 begins. pic.twitter.com/920Zlk4usK
– Good Morning Britain (@GMB) November 1, 2021
This weekend, the Prince, Blanket and their sister Paris Jackson (23) Hosted a large charity Halloween party at Heavenhurst Estate. The funds raised will support financial programs led by their father’s association, the Heal Los Angeles Foundation, which helps the most disadvantaged children. Prince Jackson announced many years ago that he would take over the management of the company.
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