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Joe Jackson Ready To Exploit His Grandchildren

joejacksonUnfair headline? Here’s the one from the Daily News:

Joe Jackson sees Paris, Blanket as future stars

Or “meal ticket.” Depending on how you want to look at it.

Michael Jackson’s father Joe told “Good Morning America” the following: “I keep watching Paris. She maybe wants to do something.” Oy. This line was my favorite: “And Blanket, he can really dance.”

Because life isn’t going to be weird enough for these children.

I don’t know what goes on in the lives of the Jackson family. I do know that Michael, in his way, appears to have tried to keep his offspring out of the spotlight. Now that he’s died, they’re suddenly everywhere. And if Joe Jackson has his way, they’ll get even more exposure.

“I worry about the Jackson family [getting custody] only because I worry slightly about the father, from what Michael told me about that father,” Klein told CNN’s “Larry King Live.”

Arnold Klein, Jackson’s doctor and Debbie Rowe‘s former boss, said on CNN’s “Larry King Live” that he’s worried “about the Jackson family [getting custody] only because I worry slightly about the father, from what Michael told me about that father.”

Custody hasn’t been determined. There will be a hearing on July 20. I admit that I’ve lost track of all of the reports on this story. I do feel comfortable saying that I think Joe Jackson’s track record speaks for itself, and maybe Grandpa shouldn’t be allowed to make decisions for Michael Jackson’s children.

Source: Daily News

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