Michael Jackson’s Son Prince, 22, Celebrates His Graduation By Sharing Some Unseen Family Photos
Prince Jackson is now a graduate. On Saturday, Michael Jackson’s son graduated from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, and his cousin TJ Jackson congratulated him on the achievement. ‘Prince, it’s been a long trip, but you made it,’ TJ stated in a tweet with a photo of him and Prince.
‘Never stop learning, growing, and giving back!’ I’m so proud of you. I’m in love with you. #congratulations #proudcousin #graduation
On the big day, the Encino, California native wore a blue hat and gown as he received his bachelor’s degree in business administration. Following his graduation from the Buckley School, which Kim Kardashian had previously attended, Prince enrolled in the institution in 2015.
Prince sat in the audience with pals, showed off his class ring, and commented that it was an h-ot day on the Sunken Garden at the University of Southern California, which is in the Marina Del Rey region, in a series of Instagram Stories videos.
Prince, the older brother of Paris, 21, and Blanket, 17, subsequently tweeted a video of himself removing his cap and gown and preparing to leave while riding his motorbike.
Prince, who was only 12-years-old when his renowned father left on June 25, 2009, stated, ‘For those of you asking – yes, I did ride my motorbike to my gradation.’ Debbie Rowe, Prince’s birth mother, handed up to her rights to Prince and Paris in 2001.)
Prince also shared an incident about how he bought a coffee mug three years ago that stated, ‘Loyola Marymount University Alumni.’ Before taking his first cup of coffee, he added, ‘I can finally take my first sip of coffee out of that and genuinely be a Loyola alum.’
Prince told the Los Angeles Times in 2016 that he wanted to work in his family’s music industry, but not necessarily as a performer. ‘Music plays an important role in my life,’ he remarked. ‘Because of my family, it impacted who I am, but I’ve always wanted to work in production.’ ‘When my father asked me what I wanted to do, I always said producing and directing.’