Prince Jackson remained out of the spotlight for nearly two years.
But today — only days after his 18-year-old sister, Paris Jackson, signed with elite IMG modeling agency — Michael Jackson's oldest son went on Good Morning America with a message possibly meant for his sibling and rival: "I'm the King's son!''
"I'm not a fan of having my personal or private life out there," the 20-year-old told host Robin Roberts, adding that he wants to use his fame to give back.
"I understand the importance of showing what I do and hopefully trying to inspire others to continue spreading the good and helping the community."
Discussing his role as a co-founder of the charity Heal Los Angeles, Prince added: "It is inspired from 'Heal the World.' We primarily focus on child abuse, homelessness and hunger in the Los Angeles area. People don't understand how the little things can add up and make a big difference in someone's life."
Though he normally remains tight-lipped about his family, Prince spoke out about his late father, who died in 2009 to a tragic overdose.
"My dad always said, 'I don't really care what you do in life as long as you're happy doing it and you're the best at what you do. If you want to be a janitor at a high school, you should be the best janitor you can be,'" he recalled.
Prince's new role in the spotlight comes just weeks after Paris' bombshell interview in Rolling Stone magazine, in which she claimed she was sexually abused — and that her father was murdered.
Paris' big brother was not happy about her spilling the beans on the famous family, Radar can reveal.
"Prince was very upset about it," the source said. "He feels Paris sold him out to become more famous. He and younger brother Blanket wish she would have cleared it by them first."
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