Prince Michael Jackson was rushed to the hospital following a motorcycle crash on Thursday morning.
According to TMZ, the 20-year-old son of King of Pop Michael Jackson was riding his two-wheeler in Los Angeles when wet pavement caused by a light rain reportedly caused him to wipe out. Jackson’s injuries were serious enough to require an ambulance to transport him to the emergency room of a nearby hospital.
Thankfully, he was well enough to share a photo of his journey on social media. Jackson posted a shot of his feet outstretched on a gurney with the somewhat sheepish caption: “Well s—…”
“Prince Jackson was involved in a motorcycle accident on his way to college this morning, November 2nd, in Los Angeles,” his rep told E! News. “He suffered some injuries but is doing OK. Thank you all so much for your support and prayers and we will update you on his progress shortly.”
TMZ reports that Jackson had no broken bones, and he was released not long after being admitted. In fact, he was healthy enough to travel straight to his class at Loyola Marymount University—and made it on time.
While it’s unclear how long he’s been riding, Jackson began posting videos of his beloved Harley-Davidson on Instagram and YouTube in September.
“I’ve always wanted a bike ever since I was little,” he said in one clip. “I think it’s just bad-ass. I don’t know what to tell you.” He also added that he took a three-day California Motorcycle Safety Program course to prepare.
One video, showing him riding without gloves, drew the ire of his younger sister, Paris, 19.
“WHERE ARE YOUR RIDING GLOVES!?!!!!!!!! YOU PROMISED ME,” she commented. He apparently took her advice: Jackson was seen wearing them in future videos.
This article originally appeared on PEOPLE.