Prince Michael Jackson Jr., the 22-year-old son of the late King of Pop Michael Jackson, has achieved a remarkable feat in his academic journey. He has graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Loyola Marymount College in Los Angeles, United States, with honours.
Prince Michael Jackson, who is also known as Prince, was born on February 13, 1997, to Michael Jackson and his second wife Debbie Rowe. He is the eldest of Michael Jackson’s three children, followed by his sister Paris and his brother Blanket.
Growing up in the spotlight, Prince Michael Jackson attended the prestigious Buckley School in California, which has produced other notable alumni such as Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton, and Rashida Jones. He was also involved in various charitable activities and media projects, such as co-founding Heal LA, a student organization that aims to improve the lives of people in Los Angeles, and serving as a correspondent for Entertainment Tonight.
After completing his high school education, Prince Michael Jackson enrolled at Loyola Marymount College in 2015 to pursue his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. He graduated as a member of the class of 2019, with honours.
His graduation ceremony was attended by his family members, including his grandmother Katherine Jackson, who raised him after his father’s death in 2009, and his cousin TJ Jackson, who also served as his guardian and mentor. TJ Jackson shared a photo of himself and Prince on Twitter, congratulating him on his achievement. He wrote:
“Prince, it’s been a long road but you did it. Keep learning, keep growing and keep giving back! So so proud of you. I love you.”
Prince also expressed his gratitude to everyone who supported him throughout his college years. He posted several photos on Instagram, captioning them:
“I met so many people and learned so much that the experience alone is worth it. I wish I could thank everyone that helped me make it to the end but I can’t and unfortunately they’re not all pictured here.”
He also reflected on the value of his degree and his future plans. He wrote:
“Honestly I can’t tell you if all of it was worth it yet but I am proud of my degree as I believe it is a testament to my dedication and discipline. I’m thankful for LMU for the opportunities it has provided me.”
According to reports, Prince plans to use his degree to pursue a career in the entertainment industry, following in his father’s footsteps. He has already launched his own production company, King’s Son Productions, which has produced music videos for artists such as Omer Bhatti and Jaafar Jackson.
Prince Michael Jackson Jr. is an inspiration to many young people who aspire to achieve their academic goals despite the challenges they may face. He has shown that with hard work, dedication, and support from loved ones, anything is possible.
Congratulations to Prince on his graduation!
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