MICHAEL Jackson’s pet chimp is sending the art world bananas with his artwork – which he’s flogged for charity.
Bubbles has sold five of his paintings for £577 ($750) each to raise cash for his ape sanctuary.
Twelve of his pictures – all labelled ‘Untitled’ – went on display at an exhibition in Miami, USA.
They joined around 50 other paintings produced by his primate pals – including Planet of the Apes stars.
Bubbles, 34, is raising money for the Center for Great Apes in Wauchula, Florida.
The King of Pop’s former friend is the oldest resident at the home, which costs £1.5million a year to run.
Art gallery director Yansi Meoqui said: “They were incredibly popular and certainly show a very individual style.
“We usually get a lot of fine art lovers into our gallery but there were a real mix of people to see these works.
Some are serious art collectors.
“Others are folk who just like chimps.”