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Rebbie Jackson's Daughter Shares Selfie of Mom & Grandma Katherine at Janet's Concert

Manuela Cardiga
May 27, 2019
01:58 A.M.
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Yashi Brown shared a selfie on Instagram with her grandmother Katherine Jackson and her mother Rebbie at Aunt Janet Jackson's concert.

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Janet Jackson opened her Las Vegas residency at Park MGM in style, and her family was there to cheer her on.

Her mother Katherine and her oldest sister Rabbie were there, along with her niece Yashi Brown who commemorated the event with a selfie.

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"Opening night @janetjackson Metamorphosis. Grandma wanted in on the selfie. 89 yrs ?#famfirst #vegasbaby" Yashi Brown

A SELFIE WITH GRANDMOTHER KATHERINE JACKSON

Supporting her daughter was the matriarch of the Jackson clan, Katherine, who at 89 is still amazingly spry.

In the photo, Rebbie and Katherine can be seen smiling as Yashi takes her selfie.

The octagenarian Katherine was last seen in public attending Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris Jackson’s concert in Los Angeles in August 2018.

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THE OLDEST GIRL IN THE JACKSON CLAN

Rebbie is Joe and Katherine's oldest daughter, and she married her husband, Nathaniel Brown, in 1968.

They share three children - two daughters and one son, and Yashi is their youngest.

The talented Yashi is now 41 and has written a book about coping with bipolar disorder.

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YASHI BROWN'S STRUGGLE WITH BIPOLAR DISORDER

Yashi is a gifted poet and a singer just like the rest of her famous family, and she uses her music and her poetry to raise awareness with regards to mental health - especially bipolar disorder.

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YASHI IS REBBIE JACKSON'S YOUNGEST DAUGHTER

Yashi is Rebbie's secondborn, and her youngest daughter and the two are especially close since Nathaniel Brown passed away in 2013 from cancer.

The talented Yashi is now 41 and has written a book about coping with bipolar disorder.

Yashi and the family have never faltered in their support for her uncle Michael Jackson whose reputation has been attacked by a recent HBO documentary, "Leaving Neverland."

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JACKSON CLAN REJECTS "LEAVING NEVERLAND"

The controversial HBO documentary "Leaving Neverland" has been criticized in the strongest terms by the Jackson family who have filed a lawsuit against the director.

The documentary focuses on two men, James Safechuck and Wade Robson, who allege that Jackson molested them when they were children, and presents their stories without interviewing or speaking to any other sources in MJ's circle or in his family.

“They weren’t interested in gathering any evidence that wouldn’t corroborate what they’re saying. That wasn’t the plan. It was a one-sided documentary.” ” Marlon Jackson said.

Subsequent inconsistencies in Safechuck and Robson's stories have brought the veracity of the documentary into question, and most networks, including HBO, have stopped screening it.

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