LaToya Jackson Wants MJ’s Kids On Her New Reality Show + Fabolous Comes to Chris Brown’s Defense

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Interested in seeing more of the Jackson family on TV? Be patient my dear. It looks like plans are underway for La Toya Jackson’s new reality show. Rumor has it that the 56-year-old sister of the late Michael Jackson will definitely have her own show, but she’s reportedly trying to get MJ’s three children on the show. Radar Online and the NY Post report that there may be some internal conflict w/in the family about their participation. With the help of their aunt La Toya, Paris and Prince have signed onto her talent agency and have already begun to book jobs. Recently, we learned that Prince landed a gig on Entertainment Tonight and will appear on 90210, while Paris has signed a movie deal and will begin her acting career. The thing is, allegedly, Paris isn’t interested in reality TV, although we’re unsure why. Even more interesting is that there’s a chance that the show may land on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network [UPDATEd: AlwaysAList.com has confirmed that La Toya’s show, called “Life With La Toya”, will premiere in April 2013, on OWN.] Anywho, stay tuned as we hear a show with MJ’s three children, would be a huge payday. And in other news, folk are still coming to Chris Brown’s defense…and I guess it’s because the media (usually *raises hand* but won’t take this charge, this time) still attacks him for his 2009 domestic abuse incident with girlfriend, Rihanna.

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Recently, Page Six caught up with rapper Fabolous and asked about the publics perception of C-Breezy. He explained:

“I can’t wager my friendship on a public or media persona of him. Those people who have bad reputations, of course you wouldn’t want to be around. But I don’t believe he’s a bad person. I believe, even if you’re looking at the situation with Rihanna, things happen and you move on. Whatever happened in the past is the past . . . even Rihanna’s moved on. The public has perceptions of people off of what they see, not what they know.”

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