Prince Jackson revealed in an exclusive interview with E! News how he feels connected to his father Michael Jackson more than 13 years after the King of Pop’s death.
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More than 13 years after Michael Jackson’s death, his now 25-year-old son remembers his father for his numerous abilities and great heart.
“I have photos of him and the uncles inside my house,” Prince said in an exclusive interview with E! News’ Francesca Amiker. “I have paintings of him all over my house.” I prefer to live my life with love, as he taught me, and I strive to assist at least one person every day as a means of carrying on his legacy.”
And if Prince wants to feel even more connected to his late father, he may crank up the music
“I was given so many awesome nuggets of information when I had him with me as a father, and he was also very personable in the way he wrote his music,” Prince said. “There’s a lot of him in that, if you listen to it.” It’s amazing to put it on and feel connected to him in that manner again.”
On Oct. 29, the oldest of the musician’s three children welcomed family, friends, and special visitors to his house for the annual “Thriller Night” Halloween celebration.
The star-studded event raised funds for the Dee Dee Jackson Foundation, which assists those who have endured significant loss, and the Heal Los Angeles Foundation, which works to improve the quality of life for Los Angeles’ inner-city youngsters.
Prince opted to dress up as Nintendo’s Mario for the costume party. When asked whether he would ever imitate one of his father’s looks, the philanthropist expressed reluctance.
“To be honest,” he added, “I don’t know if I could.” “That just begs to be turned into a meme.” But if I had to, I’d do ‘Remember the Time.’ “I love Egyptian and all that stuff, and I’m totally into it.”
However, when Prince sees other individuals costumed like his father, he feels nothing but love and adoration.
“It’s awesome,” he said. “It’s a symbol of love, adoration, and respect.” People admire him and want to emulate him in some manner, which is very nice.”