August 31, 2020
The late "King of Pop," Michael Jackson was fondly remembered by his family on what would have been his 62nd birthday. On social media, the music legend's siblings had heartfelt words to share.
It has been eleven years since the tragic passing of the pop legend, Michael Jackson, but his memories would remain evergreen among his loved ones and fans.
In their latest posts on social media, Jackson's siblings shared emotional messages to commemorate his posthumous birthday while giving him a befitting honor.
Michael Jackson in concert in Bremen during his "HIStory World Tour" in 1997. | Photo: Getty Images
THE JACKSONS REMEMBER THEIR OWN
Janet Jackson, who seemed to have been the closest sibling to Michael Jackson, took to her Instagram page where she simply let fans know how much she was missing her big brother. La Toya shared a vintage snapshot of the music star as she captioned:
"A Big happy Birthday To The Greatest Entertainer Of All Times #MichaelJackson #MJ #MJ4Ever #KingofPop…"
Michael's older brother and a member of the Jackson 5, Tito, shared a vintage sibling photo where Micahel stood front center, rocking a green sweater. The late singer had in his hand a bunch of colorful balloons.
PARIS ON HER DAD'S DEATH
Michael's grown daughter, Paris Jackson, also shared a birthday tribute in honor of her late dad, but his death created a deep vacuum for her.
In her recent Facebook Watch show, Pairs spared no emotions as she shared how her dad's death affected her. She stated that in eleven years since her dad's death, she went through a lot.
She mentioned that she decided to let out her pain by talking and singing about it. Paris' manager shared on the show that she was living her legacy and respecting her late dad's.
He wrote about his plans to relaunch his career and pay off his huge debts.
INSIDE MICHAEL'S TROUBLED YEARS
Jackson lived a legendary life that saw him cop pioneering titles and milestone achievement. However, his life was riled by drug addictions that ultimately saw to his death in 2009.
While alive, Jackson was accused of child sexual assaults. The allegations continued after his death when a docu-series titled "Leaving Neverland" was released in 2019.
Recent updates show that Jackson's private life showed his lined up goals, including becoming immortalized and being the first multi-billionaire.
In a new book by Dylan Howard, excerpts presented some details of Jackson's diary, where he wrote about his plans to relaunch his career and pay off his huge debts.