Michael Jackson’s youngest son Bigi Jackson aka ‘Blanket’ Is All Grown up as he turns 18 and celebrates his birthday with his siblings. Check out for more details.

Michael Jackson’s youngest son is officially a grown-up. Bigi Jackson, the youngest of Michael Jackson’s three children, commended his 18th birthday celebration on Friday with his kin, who shared the achievement via web-based networking media.

Bigi, who was named Prince Michael Jackson II and called “Blanket” by his well-known father, changed his name in 2015. His old sister Paris Jackson, 21, paid tribute to her younger sibling on Instagram, quickly sparking the focus on the most private of the Jackson kids.


“Thank you @yamashirola and @chefvallerie for helping us celebrate Bigi’s 18th bday!!” Prince posted in his stories, along with a photo of the sushi spread.

Bigi’s more established sibling, Michael Joseph Jackson Jr., otherwise called Prince, 23, likewise posted about his sibling’s birthday, sharing photographs from the birthday festivity in his Instagram stories on Friday. The kin went out for a sushi supper at Yamashiro in Los Angeles and enjoyed two enormous sushi vessels to stamp the exceptional event.

Prince shared a progression of photographs from the occasion, remembering one for which he makes a gesture of goodwill as he remains by Bigi — who at 17, was at that point somewhat taller than him!

The siblings, who are apparently closest companions, additionally ventured out together on a gathering excursion to see “Vindicators: Endgame” the previous spring. The siblings even began a YouTube station to have discussions about motion pictures.

Paris and Prince’s mom is Debbie Rowe, who Michael Jackson was hitched to from 1996-1999, while Bigi is Jackson’s child with an anonymous surrogate. The children battled after their dad’s demise at age 50 of every 2009, except have each discovered their own way and stay old buddies with each other.

Jackson passed on in June 2009 at age 50. Bigi was just 7 years of age at that point.