- Michael Jackson's sons Prince and Bigi were spotted in a photo that is rather rare
- The picture was taken as Prince, 22, was graduating with a business degree
- Prince expressed profound gratitude to his family for the support he received while he studied for his degree
Michael Jackson's sons Prince and Bigi Jackson were both in a picture that is rare to see around.
According to Hzeppfeed, the picture was taken when Prince Jackson graduated from the Loyola Marymount University and his brother was there to support him.
Prince, the eldest son of Michael Jackson's, graduated with a degree in business from the Los Angeles institution.
See a picture of Prince (in the graduation gown) and Bigi below:
In the graduation mood, Prince took the opportunity to express his profound gratitude to his family for supporting him through his difficult journey through school.
According to Prince, there was a time he wanted to quit but kept going on because his family kept urging him on.
Now that he has graduated, he says he feels very proud to have attained his degree and is grateful for all their efforts.
Biggie Jackson, who is only 17, was seen to have grown taller in the picture that was taken with his older brother.
Prince Jackson is a known face on social media with an Instagram account and an appreciable number of followers.
His younger sibling, Bigi, is not known as much as his brother as he is not normally seen. Bigi is more reserved when it comes to social media.
Another graduation picture of Prince with the comments he made about his journey and the assistance his family members offered him is seen below:
Meanwhile, an unnamed 42-year-old man from Uttar Pradesh in India has suffered an untimely death after he was dared to eat 50 eggs but died at number 42.
In a report sighted on Pulse.com.gh by Briefly.co.za, when the incident happened, the man was rushed to a nearby district hospital but the doctors who were present could neither save his life nor tell the cause of his death.
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