LaToya Jackson has finally found something to do with herself! Yep, she’s running her own talent agency, which makes sense because she has been surrounded by it without actually possessing it herself her whole life.
She has just signed her first three clients, too, and they are Prince, Paris and Blanket, her brother Michael Jackson’s children, who stand to inherit billions.
Bossip reports that her company, Ja-Tail Enterprises, coaxed the siblings with “lots of cookies and ice cream,” according to a “family insider.”
So far, she is not doing that bad of a job. She got Prince a correspondent’s gig on “ET” and is reportedly in negotiations with Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network to create a reality show based on the kids.
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