Michael Jackon's Youngest Media-Shy Son Launches YouTube Show (Video)

Guess who has decided to step out to share more with the public? Blanket aka Bigi Jackson. He is the most reclusive, most shy of Michael's three children.  

Blanket has only been spotted publicly not more than three times. He reportedly changed his name from Blanket to Bigi after kids from his school made fun of it. But in the present day, Bigi, is now a YouTube film reviewer, alongside his brother Prince Jackson. 

One would typically expect the young Jackson to be a man of very few words, but it turns out that he is quite the opposite. The 17-year-old, Prince and their cousin Taj Jackson have started a new film review series where they give their opinions on latest movies alongside special guests. A lot of people tunes in to watch what they have to say, especially as their most recent review, which was about the "Avengers Endgame" gained over 25,000 views in less than 24 hours. 

A lot of people love to watch Bigi on the show but many did not expect him to be such a chatterbox and people had lots to say about it. In the comments section, a fan commented,

"Bigi talks a lot! I’m actually shook! I thought he was a shy guy he literally didn’t let anyone talk haha!" 

Another fan wrote,

"Apparently he’s a big fan of superheroes movies! Glad you convinced him to be in the video! Prince convince Bigi to be on your videos more often! Congrats for the graduation btw"

"Bigi in a video of 44 minutes, THANK YOU WE ARE BLESSED," another stated.

Some fans also praised and admired his hair and height with someone stating he is the youngest but tallest of the King of POP's children. The family has kept a low profile recently since the child sexual abuse allegations came out about the pop star Michael Jackson in the "HBO" documentary, "Leaving Neverland," although they have assertively maintained his innocence. 

The allegations, however, did not stop them from having a good time and celebrating 22-year-old Prince Michael Jackson II's graduation ceremony at Loyola Marymount University on Saturday.