Prince Michael Jackson, the 20-year-old son of late music legend Michael Jackson, has been rushed to a Los Angeles hospital following a motorcycle accident, TMZ reports.
Currently, there's no word on what caused the accident or who called the ambulance that hurried Prince to Cedars-Sinai.
Fortunately, Michael's oldest son was tremendously lucky and suffered no major injuries in the crash.
In fact, he was in such sound condition that he was able to head straight to his next class at Loyola Marymount University after leaving the hospital.
Prince even joked about the crash on social media while he was still in the ambulance.
He posted the below photo of himself on a gurney, with a caption reading:
No word yet on if and when Prince intends to get back on the bike.
Fortunately, these days things appear to be pretty stable in the Jackson family for the first time ... ever?
After several years of bouncing around between caretakers, 15-year-old Blanket Jackson has a new guardian in uncle T.J. Jackson.
Meanwhile, Paris Jackson is still promoting body positivity and generally being a good role model for her young fan base.
All in all, it looks as though these kids are finally enjoying some firm footing after incredibly tumultuous childhoods.
Last we checked in on Prince, he was spearheading an initiative to find housing for you people who have aged out of foster care and at risk of becoming homeless.
"We have partnered with a charity called 'A Sense of Home,' which supports foster kids who have aged out of the system in a sort of preempt against homelessness because it's very hard to get on your feet once you've gotten out of the system," Prince told Robin Roberts in a rare TV interview earlier this year.
"As we were growing up my dad always said, 'I really don't care what you do in life, as long as you're happy doing it and you're the best at what you do. If you want to be a janitor at a high school, you should be the best janitor that you can be,'" he added.
Sounds like the kid's got a good head on his shoulders.
He just might want to give the bike a break for a while.