La Toya Jackson teases reading with Tyler Perry as she says she still receives messages from Michael Jackson

La Toya, who is extremely close to her niece Paris Jackson, hopes that the answers she received from her brother would help her and her family bring peace back into their lives.


                            La Toya Jackson teases reading with Tyler Perry as she says she still receives messages from Michael Jackson
La Toya Jackson (Source : Getty Images)

La Toya Jackson got the much-needed validation about her late brother Michael Jackson's death on a recent reading with Hollywood Medium star Tyler Perry. While shooting the season finale of Hollywood Medium with Tyler Perry on Wednesday, La Toya got some surreal messages from the late King of Pop.

"Not just me but everyone in the family, there are a lot of unanswered questions of course. Tyler answered them for me. He came through really well which was great," La Toya told E! News about the episode. 

"I had questions in my head, but before I could even ask Tyler the questions he was giving me answers to them and he didn't even realize he was doing that. It was just everything I wanted to know. Tyler was there to deliver it to me."

The pop icon's sister revealed that she can still sense her late brother's presence around her whenever there are 'lights flickering'. "That's him. I know it's not the bulb. They're flickering. So when that happens that means that he's around," La Toya dished.

She was also asked about what message did she receive from her brother from beyond the grave, to which she answered, "He answered all my questions." She added, "Well, his kids are going to be elated. They will love to hear, definitely. Yes, his daughter will love to hear what went on and what took place."

Michael Jackson (3rd R) poses with real estate developer Mohamed Hadid (3rd L), Hadid's children and Jackson's children Michael Joseph Jr. (L), Paris Michael Katherine (C) and Prince Michael II (2nd R) on November 27, 2008 at the Jackson Holmby Hills residence in Westwood, California. (Photo by Mohamed Hadid via Getty Images)

La Toya, who is extremely close to her niece Paris Jackson, hopes that the answers she received from her brother would help her and her family bring peace back into their lives, especially to Paris.

"He's always watching over her, I believe, to make sure that she's on the right, proper path," La Toya said. "Because he used to say things before [he died]... 'Okay, if something happens to me, make sure you watch over Paris, 'cause Paris has a personality. She loves the business, but I wanna make sure she's okay.'"

Janet Jackson, Paris-Michael Katherine, LaToya Jackson, Jermaine Jackson and Prince Michael Jackson II (also known as Blanket) attend the Michael Jackson public memorial service held at Staples Center on July 7, 2009 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Gabriel Bouys-Pool/Getty Images)

"To connect to some of those specific things was really important to me and the pressure dissipating the more I started feeling his essence and communicating with his energy," Henry said of his side of things.

"He had so many messages, not only just for La Toya but for his children, and wanting to make sure that they knew he was around. Some of those are private and that's important as a family unit to be able to hear and that reading will have a ripple effect."

Prince Jackson, La Toya Jackson, Prince Michael Jackson II and Paris Jackson attend the St. Paul Saints Vs. The Gary SouthShore RailCats baseball game at U.S. Steel Yard on August 30, 2012 in Gary, Indiana. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)