Prince Jackson, the teenage son of late pop star Michael Jackson, is reportedly making music with Justin Bieber. The two are reportedly spending a lot of time with each other in recording studios. The new music might be released this year. Prince and Justin live in the same Calabasas’ locality, California. They are often spotted hanging out with boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr. at clubs in Hollywood.
Mayweather is also offering “a lot of advice to Prince, including about women,” a family source has been quoted as saying by Page Six. The source also added that Prince, along with his other siblings Blanket and Paris, do not like to spend their time with family and often seek Mayweather and Justin’s company. “They really dig one another, and Floyd continues to check in with both of them,” the source added, as quoted by the site. Justin and Prince are quite fond of each other and are reportedly working on a “major recording album,” the website has reported.
The 17-year-old son of King of Pop Michael Jackson gets $66,000 monthly allowance from his late father’s estate and the website revealed that he is spending the money carelessly, traveling to “Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Arizona, Hawaii and the Caribbean.” Apart from travelling, the teenager is also seen splurging his father’s hard earned money on his various girlfriends. He has reportedly dated Remi Alfalah, 16, a Kuwaiti princess and Nikita Bess, 17. The teenager presented Bess with a diamond studded gold ring, according to Page Six.
The family source also added that Prince’s grandmother Katherine Jackson is worried about his future, as he is spending too much of his time with Bieber and Mayweather, both of whom have a history of legal troubles. In 2011, Mayweather attacked his ex-girlfriend, Josie Harris and was charged with a battery domestic violence charge. He pled guilty to it and was sentenced to 90 days in jail. Justin, too, has had his share with the law. The “Boyfriend” singer’s latest trouble with law was on Aug. 29, 2014 when he was arrested in Stratford, Ontario allegedly for dangerous driving. Justin was driving his ATV at that time.