E! News has learned that Michael Jackson’s 22-year-old daughter and her boyfriend of more than two years have broken up. However, a source tells E! News the 22-year-old daughter of Michael Jackson and her now ex-boyfriend are still evaluating the future of their folk music band, The Sunflowers.
The couple, who perform together as folk music duo The Sunflowers, most recently allowed cameras into their relationship for a Facebook Watch series, Unfiltered: Paris Jackson & Gabriel Glenn. In the finale episode, which aired Tuesday, Aug. 4, Paris said she and Gabriel, 24, are always ‘butting heads’.
However, the musician and model described Gabriel as one of her many soulmates. As per her, soulmates are not specifically just romantic partners. In one life his present boyfriend was probably her daughter. And in another life he was probably her grandpa, and then in another life he was probably her worst enemy.
According to sources, their relationship has been “on and off for a while.” The insider also said that Paris is doing okay as of now and is working on herself. The source also shared that from now on, both are going to focus on their separate projects and will probably decide down the road about their music together and The Sunflowers.
Paris and Gabriel’s paths first crossed in April 2018 when she saw his other band, the Trash Dogs, perform in Hollywood. Paris has said the pair formed an instant connection and were together ever since.
Gabriel recalled in the Facebook Watch series that he did not think that they would get together. He said that even if they did not work out as a couple, they always would want to be in a band together. Their music was one thing we wanted to hold on to no matter what.
From Paris’ perspective, she wants to grow, and become a better person, a better musician, but I for that Gabe is her support. Gabe showed her love does exist in reality as well. He makes her not feel as alone. He impacted on her and her life and her heart in ways that she cannot even describe and she cannot see her life without him.