Prince Jackson has seemingly admitted that Michael Jackson may not be his father.
The eldest son of the late King of Pop – who, along with his siblings, have been subject to rumours about his parentage – hit back at a tweeter who claimed he wasn’t a Jackson, by making it clear that no matter anything else, MJ was his dad.
Answering a tweet which said: “Everyone knows you are a Rowe-Klein NOT a Jackson!! Yall should stop trying to put on a FAKE front and get real.”
Prince quoted the tweet and wrote: “‘The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb’ I was raised by my dad with my brother and sister.”
While the tweet does not deny that Michael Jackson is not Prince’s biological father, it does make it clear that the late superstar is the only father he had ever known.
TMZ claims the tweet ‘damn near confirms’ that Prince isn’t the biological son of Michael Jackson.
Mirror Celeb has contacted a Jackson family rep for comment.
It was previously confirmed that Prince and his siblings – 17-year-old Paris and 12-year-old Blanket – would make an appearance in a new reality show about the famous family.
TJ Jackson, who acts as a co-guardian to the late singer’s children alongside their grandmother Katherine Jackson , says his new show The Jacksons: Next Generation will give a rare peek into the lives of the family.
The 3T singer, who will star in the show alongside his brothers and bandmates Taryll and TJ, said: “They’re all back in school and adjusting to Prince being in college.”
The 37-year-old star is very proud of the children and says they “remind” him of the Thriller hitmaker, who tragically passed away in June 2009 at the age of just 50.
He explained: “Their hearts are so amazing. They remind me a lot of my uncle, and it shows what a good job he did with those kids. We grew up really close-knit. There is a certain pride that we have as a family.”
Meanwhile, Taj, 42, has revealed the show will also dispel some rumours about their famous family.
He told: “I turn on the TV and hear jokes about my family, and 99 per cent of it is lies. It was important to show the truth.”
Taryll, 40, added: “Our family and our uncles impacted a lot of people, and that’s something we want to do.”