FALSE STORY: Blanket Jackson Sparks Concerns After Creating Revenge Based Animated Series Called Kill Them All

After the Daily Mail and Radar Online wrote a false story about Blanket Jackson creating a revenge series called “Kill Them All” see story here, the real creators of the series have released a press release from the production company relating the truth that Blanket was NEVER part of this series.  All it took was a little bit of researching on the part of these tabloids to get this story correct.  Daily Mail has now taken down the story, but other tabloid’s have just kept the lie rolling.  “It’s slander with the words you use,  you’re a parasite in black and white, do anything for news”

PRESS RELEASE FROM MORPHLINE PRODUCTIONS
Monday, 06 January 2014 7:28 AM

“Prince Michael aka Blanket Jackson II has and has never had any connections with the KTAshow.

We, Morphline Pictures want to categorically state and deny the rumour spread by the Daily mail and other tabloids that Prince Michael Jackson II (“PMJ II”) has had or continues to have any connection with our show. PMJ II is an innocent 11 year old whom these tabloids are smearing with this false rumour.

“Kill Them All” is an animated series produced by Morphline Pictures and written by brothers “Prince” and “Michael” who used to work under the pseudonym “Prince Michael II” which is not connected to and has never been connected to PMJ II.

We, Morphline Pictures would like to take this opportunity to apologise to the Jackson Family especially Prince Michael for any harm this may have caused.”

Morphline Pictures

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