Blanket Jackson has made a rare appearance heading out for a stroll in Los Angeles.
The son of the late Michael Jackson – who now goes by the name of Bigi – was seen showing his love for the comic book series Black Panther with a t-shirt, a set of black jogging bottoms and Nike trainers, whilst strolling through the streets of the Canoga Park region of the city.
The 17-year-old was seen carrying shopping bags, as he returned from a shopping trip at a nearby Best Buy store.
Blanket has proven to be quite reclusive, and does not often usually make public appearances.
His previous public appearance was at the graduation of his brother, 22-year-old Prince, who graduated from the Loyola Marymount University School of Business in May.
Prince shared a photo of the two together at the ceremony on his Instagram page, as he donned his graduation cap and gown.
Prior to Prince’s graduation, Blanket was also at the Avengers: Endgame movie premiere back in April, where he joined his brother, 22-year-old Prince.
The two brothers have since teamed up to launch their own movie and TV review series with cousin Taj Jackson on Prince’s YouTube channel.
Blanket spoke enthusiastically about the latest Avengers movie, in a video which has attracted over 200,000 thousand views on YouTube.
Since then, they have discussed other recent film and TV releases, such as Disney’s Aladdin and the Game of Thrones series finale.
This comes after the release of the controversial documentary Leaving Neverland, which makes new sexual abuse claims against the Jackson brothers’ late father, Michael Jackson.
The documentary stars Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who both claim that the singer sexually abused them when they were children.
However, the Jackson family has adamantly denied all the allegations in the documentary.
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