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King of Pop Michael Jackson's son Prince vows to keep father's legacy alive

Michael Jackson whom the world remembers as the King of Pop died on the 25th of June 2009 following a cardiac arrest and 5 years after his death his legacy continues to live on. To mark the 5th anniversary of his father’s death, Michael Jackson’s 17-year-old son Prince is opening up on keeping his father’s legacy on. Prince who is the oldest of Michael Jacksons 3 kids reveals he is working closely with charities that his father supported in his lifetime, to keep his legacy alive

"We want to keep my dad's legend alive," he said. "He was the best father anybody could have. He raised us the right way and there is nothing anyone can do to make us forget about him. He was always concerned about humanity. He helped many charities. In his songs his message was simple — love. We will continue to spread his message."

 

Prince also reveals that him and his younger ones Paris and Blanket were encouraged by their father to pursue careers as performers and they are each keen to follow in his footsteps.
Prince who starred in 90210 said: "We all love movies and I would like to be a director one day. But to be a good director you have to know how an actor works and feels on set.
"I want to learn my craft and experience being in TV shows and possibly movies before I even consider going behind the camera."
In Los Angeles fans will gather at Jackson's star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame at 10 p.m to honour their idol.

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