Prince Jackson Lashes Out Over Joe Jackson Critics- You Won’t Ever Be Great As One Of That Man’s F*cking Balls!
Prince Jackson, son of the “King Of Pop”, Michael Jackson took to social media to get some things off his chest concerning grandfather Joe Jackson who recently lost his battle with cancer. He defended his late grandfather against reports and critics that stated Joe, 89, was abusive to his children. He stated the following about Joe’s passing,
One of the things I’m going to talk about today is my grandpa about what y’all got to f***ing say about him. So y’all can keep on talking all this s***, saying he abused my dad and all this and you’ll make a YouTube video about it for sure.
But he raised these kids right, otherwise they would have been in gangs or f***ing dead. So go ahead, keep talking s***, but you won’t ever be as great as one of that man’s f***ing balls in his n******.
This man is and always will be an example of sheer willpower and dedication. He didn’t choose the path that was the easiest but he choose the path that was best for his family. You taught me to take pride in the Jackson name and what it really means, you taught me dedication in the face of adversity and most of all you showed me strength and fearlessness. There is and never will be someone like you. Fly free and until we meet again The Hawk.
Prince also shared a heartfelt post in honor of his grandfather. He posted a photo on his Instagram page with the caption,
This man is and always will be an example of sheer willpower and dedication. He didn’t choose the path that was the easiest but he choose the path that was best for his family.
He continued on saying,
You taught me to take pride in the Jackson name and what it really means, you taught me dedication in the face of adversity and most of all you showed me strength and fearlessness. There is and never will be someone like you. Fly free and until we meet again The Hawk.
Joe was the matriarch of the Jackson family.
During a 1993 interview with Oprah Winfrey, Michael revealed that his father abused him and his siblings. Also that he would brutalize them and make them work harder and longer. He would sit in a chair with his belt in his hand to watch the boys rehearse and if they got anything wrong, he would beat them. These beatings would leave them covered in welts and in pain.
I love my father, but I don’t know him. I don’t know if I was his golden child or whatever it was. Some may call it a strict disciplinarian or whatever, but he was very strict. He was very hard. Just a look would scare… but I do forgive him.
Michael also accused his father forcing them to rehearse their singing and dancing continuously without resting and calling them names as part of his authoritarian hold over them. During an interview with Oprah in 2010, admitted that he had hit Michael and his siblings with a strap and stated it had kept them on the straight and narrow.
I don’t regret the beatings.
He continued on saying,
It kept them out of jail and kept them right. I don’t think Michael was afraid of me. What he was afraid of, he may do something wrong and I’d chastise him but not beat him. I never beat him like the media tried to say.
His estranged wife, Katherine, stated that his disciplining methods were usual for the time.
You might as well admit it, that’s the way black people raised their children.
Joe passed away on June 27th at a Las Vegas hospice.