- Pop legend, Michael Jackson’s youngest son, Prince Michael Jackson, popular for his childhood nickname, Blanket, has decided to take adult steps
- The teenager clocked 18 on February 21, 2020
- Days after clocking the milestone age, Blanket decided to shell out a huge sum of N950 million on his own house
Many children are the apple of their parents’ eyes but as time goes on and these kids grow, they cannot wait to exercise their rights as adults and live alone like most adults do.
Well, the legally accepted age for a kid to be considered an adult is 18 and many times, teenagers cannot wait to clock that age so that it can loosen the reins their parents or guardians have on them.
Legendary pop singer, Michael Jackson’s youngest son popularly called Blanket recently made adult money moves after he purchased a luxury property worth millions of dollars.
Prince Michael ‘Blanket’ Jackson clocked 18 on February 21, 2020, and it did not take him long to ‘fly the nest’ as he purchased his first home just days after his birthday.
Blanket bought a six-bedroom house in the city of Calabasas, California, and the property reportedly cost $2.6 million (N950,300,000).
According to Metro UK, Blanket is most likely to be neighbours with the large Kardashian-Jenner clan, John Travolta, Dr Dre, and other superstars.
Blanket is the last of Michael Jackson’s children to buy a house and he previously lived in their family house with his grandmother, Katherine.
His older siblings, Paris and Prince had earlier bought houses sometime in 2017.
In other related news, YEN.com.gh reported that world's richest man, Jeff Bezos, broke a record after spending a whopping $165 million on a house in Beverly Hills.
According to Fox Business, the Amazon boss purchased the historic Warner Estate from film and music executive, David Geffen, for the huge amount.
The estate is said to be a nine-acre property and it was reportedly built for the founder of Warner Bros in the 1920s. The property was reportedly the venue of many big parties in the 1930s to 60s.