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Paris & Janet Jackson At War Over Joe’s Funeral: Model Thinks 'Grandpa Is A Legend'

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Joe Jackson has been dead for less than a day — but his famous family is already feuding, can exclusively report.

The music manager’s granddaughter Paris and daughter Janet are arguing over which of them will foot the bill for the upcoming service, a family insider told, adding there’s “bad blood” between the two women.

“Janet has said she’ll pay for it because she believes Paris paying for it would be an embarrassment to the family,” the insider claimed.

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Headstrong Paris, 20, and Janet, 52, also feel very, very differently about the family patriarch.

“Paris believes her grandpa is a legend and should be treated as such,” the insider explained.

Meanwhile, “Janet still had a terrible relationship with him, though it wasn’t shown in public,” separate source said. (The singer paid tribute to her father at a concert last weekend.)

The insider claimed Joe was aware of all the feuding even before his death, and even told a friend, “too many folks fight against this family, we don't need to fight with each other.”

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The source told Joe died around 3 AM this morning in Las Vegas. He was 89.

“He wasn’t ready to go. He wanted to be around till his 90th,” the source said.

He left behind his wife Katherine and ten children. No matter their thoughts on Joe, the family is worried about the ailing Katherine, 88, who suffered a stroke earlier this year, in the wake of the tragedy.

Joe will be remembered at Forest Lawn in L.A. within the next few days.

The source said he will be buried with his gold rings and favorite red suit.

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