Long-haired Paris, who attempted to commit suicide earlier this year, says in the newly-released documentary, 'He promised me he would teach me how to moonwalk.'
Michael Jackson's three children speak candidly about their late father in a newly-released documentary, "Remembering Michael". In excerpts of the documentary obtained by ABC's "Good Morning America", Prince Jackson, Paris Jackson and Prince Michael II or Blanket reveal some intimate details which have never been shared to public.
Paris, who was filmed a few weeks before she attempted to commit suicide earlier this year, says in the video, "He promised he would teach me how to moonwalk but never got around to it." The girl also talks about her life with her two brothers. "We didn't know a lot of kids our own age. We never left the ranch that often."
Blanket, who was only 7 when the King of Pop died in 2009, says of the ranch, "We had kind of like a zoo basically. Giraffes, lions. You probably heard of it, but yeah, a chimp named Bubbles." He adds, "I'm just trying to help, like Africa, because that's a very poor continent. There's a lot of animals being killed from like poachers and stuff, so I want to help, like, endangered species of animals."
Prince additionally reveals that he only learned his father's name when he was six. "It took me till I was like six years old to learn that his name was Michael Jackson, because he was always daddy to me," he explains. "He wanted us to always be, like, what we wanted to be, just be greater at it than anybody else has ever been."
Executive-produced by Katherine Jackson, the documentary can be viewed on Fundanything.com by fans who pay a $10 fee. "[Katherine] really wanted to fund this without asking any of the people around her, including the Michael Jackson estate, for funding," said Kirk Schenck, the producer of "Remembering Michael".