Paris Jackson Claps Back at 50 Cent after He Compared Her Father Michael Jackson with Chris Brown
Michael Jackson's daughter, Paris, comes to her father's defense after 50 Cent compared him to Chris Brown. The 21-year-old made sure to clapback at the rapper, leaving a wise comment on his Instagram.
Last month, 50 Cent said Chris Brown is a much better artist than the King of Pop. This came after he told his followers that he sold 69.5 million singles in the US alone, making him the seventh best-selling artist of all time when it comes to singles.
50 then shared a screenshot of the post, writing "CB better [than] MJ to me now." He also brought up the child molestation accusations surrounding the singer discussed on "Surviving Neverland."
Comparing MJ to CB
Of course, he didn't stop there. He posted another video of Brown during backflips at a concert, saying: "All I'm saying is I never seen MJ come out like this."
After everything, Paris spotted the shade being thrown at her father, telling the rapper to calm down. She adds that while Jackson indeed didn't do backflips on-stage, he had the power to entertain without having to exert so much energy.
"Superbowl 1993. True legends don't need to exert outrageous amounts of energy just to grasp attention. Stillness, my friend, stillness. More power in stillness than you can probably understand."
The Superbowl 1993 performance she was pertaining to didn't exactly have backflips, but instead, MJ used an illusion to make it look as if he was flying in the air.
After appearing, he then stood in the middle of the stage without speaking or moving, which is why she referred to stillness.
Paris' Relationship with Michael
Michael's only daughter has always been the most vocal out of all his children, and she's never been afraid to defend her dad whenever needed.
The model and socialite always takes time to remember him, calling him her "source of strength."
"My one source of strength. The only thing keeping me going, my love, my light, my archangel."
In times like these, it comes with no surprise that she'd defend her dad, her one source of strength.