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Tito Jackson

Jermaine Didn't Mean Michael Would Be Nothing

Without Jackson 5

4/19/2014 1:02 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
EXCLUSIVE

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Tito Jackson calmly and coolly defended his brother Jermaine, who told TMZ earlier in the week, "If it wasn't for the Jackson 5, there would be no Michael Jackson."

Tito told our photog in Calabasas Friday ... Jermaine was misunderstood, and he explains why.

Tito also bristled at Debbie Rowe's comment to us ... the Jackson 4 are all bad influences on Michael's kids.

TMZ broke the story ... Debbie intends to seek guardianship of Paris and Prince -- her biological kids -- and would also like to bring Blanket along for the ride, because she believes the current guardianship is damaging all 3 children.

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61.

TuxThePenguin    

...at least we know he supports Goodwill by purchasing his clothing there...

156 days ago
62.

gayforliztaylor    

Of course, Tito said he accepted Jackson's death and there's stupid. Cover-up for jermaine's bitter jealous y and resentment about the lack of ticket sales with the recent brothers' reunion. Mj's drug use, debbie rowe and Katherine's admission in court that they enabled his self destruction led to disaster. The mj kids didn't quite understand that the mj the real man needing financial and emotional stability was important, not a fantasy of throwing charity money at a bunch of boys at never land and invited anyone to a rented home to give daddy milk propofol for concerts.

156 days ago
63.

george    

The jackson who?

156 days ago
64.

Shaken not stirred    

Back peddle......

155 days ago
65.

K South West    

Once white people start to actually respect black history they will stop dividing us like they did in slavery times... the J5 historical significance out weighs any of your fake MJ stories...you guys didn't start listening to Mike until he was forced down your throat in the 80s! And we are still fighting barriers to this day.

155 days ago
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