Alfred Jackson is simply destroyed over Prince's death.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight about his loss, Alfred recalled some fond memories of his half-brother and what the singer meant to him. The sit down comes on the heels of reported tension between Jackson and the icon's sister Tyka Nelson.
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Confiding his heartbreak to the outlet, Alfred stated:
"I miss my brother, because my brother was everything in the world to me. God bless Prince, God bless the world. He's a legend, he really is."
So sad. We can't agree more that Prince was an absolute "legend".
The devastated bro added:
"He was so busy on the road because he had so many engagements with his music. So, he had to travel, all around the world. I always saw him on television, read the magazines, and said, 'There's my brother, Prince.' I was so happy he was making it for himself, I really was."
Aww. We bet the 57-year-old appreciated the support.
Summing up the musicians creative talent, Alfred revealed:
"He was a genius. Wherever he heard music, he could copy it just like that — like he had a photographic memory or something."
Yep, that sounds like Prince! The beloved singer had no lack of talent!
You can watch the full interview with A.J. HERE.
[Image via Entertainment Tonight.]
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