Janet Jackson Honors Late Brother Michael Jackson’s Death Anniversary
Janet Jackson, sister of Michael Jackson, the late great singer, died in 2009 at 50 years old. The world was left in mourning. The singer was a rare individual who held a special place within the hearts of millions across the globe. While the world was saddened by the loss of Michael Jackson, it is safe to say that no one feels the loss more than the family.
This is evident from Janet Jackson’s tribute on social media, which she posted on the anniversary of his passing.
This was an old photo of Jannet and Michael standing together in front a view of the city’s skyline. Janet was wearing black tank tops and a denim shirt, while Michael was sporting a fedora and a shirt made of denim.
Instagram doesn’t have a caption except for a single white heart Emoji, and sometimes that’s enough.
Janet has often shared her complicated relationship with her brother over the years. Although they were close as children, their relationship became more complicated as they grew older and careers and controversies occupied them both.
Janet has talked about her relationship with Micahel in-depth in the Janet Jackson docuseries that aired on A&E and Lifetime.
Janet says that despite the many difficulties they experienced in their careers, lives and relationships, Janet was happy to share her last conversation with Michael.
They were both at a surprise party to celebrate their parents Joe, Katharine and Michael.
“He was sitting next to me,” remembered the 56-year-old, “And he was laughing like crazy and he had that deep laugh and I remember him looking over at me…and the last thing we said to each other was “I love you” and that was the last time I saw him.”