Michael Jackson’s rarely-seen son, Bigi, pops up on social media

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Michael Jackson’s youngest son has made a very rare appearance on social media, spotted in pictures on a night out.

In an Instagram album titled “Lately”, Bigi Jackson, 21, was seen posing with rapper Omer Bhatti, 38, along with his cousins Randy Jackson Jr., 32, Donté Jackson, Royal Jackson and Jermajesty Jackson, 23.

Bigi – who was born Prince Michael Jackson II and was previously called Blanket – has kept his life largely out of the public eye.

He is the younger sibling of Prince, 26, and Paris, 25, and was born via surrogate in 2002, two years after his father’s divorce from ex-wife, Debbie Rowe.

In 2021, Bigi gave an extremely rare interview after he and his brother and sister hosted the annual Thriller Night charity event at their late father’s former home.

“There’s a lot of history in this house and the studio here. That’s what he was all about,” he told Good Morning Britain at the time.

“That’s what each of us want to do — make things that people enjoy but also benefit their lives.”

It came just days after his older brother, Prince, spoke about their close relationship on the same program.

“At this point in our life it doesn’t really feel like there’s that hierarchy of, ‘I’m the older brother,’” he said.

“It’s more [that] we’re all siblings and we’re kind of all on that same level where my sister has her strengths, and my brother has his strengths, and where I’m not as strong in certain areas, they complement me in that way.”

He added: “We have such a close relationship, and because I’m the oldest, my father would always tell me I have to make sure the group is taken care of, and that I have to kind of be the leader and lead by example.”