Paris Jackson goes topless in a social ad to raise awareness about HIV

Ksenia Novikova
Jun 07, 2018
08:53 A.M.
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Paris Jackson, daughter of the eternal King of Pop Michael Jackson, appeared topless in an ad to raise awareness for HIV testing.


The 20-year-old, who lost her father back in 2009. decorated her slim figure with words like 'resistance,' 'love,' 'survivor,' 'resistance,' 'accept' and 'free,' as well as whole sentences.

The point of the Life Ball campaign, which she shared on Instagram, was to let the world know that being HIV/AIDS positive is not a shame and that testing for the disease is of utmost importance.

Paris posed for the camera wearing nothing but some jewelry and a pair of denim shorts chosen by Sonia Young, the stylist hired for the public service announcement.

The young socialite also had her brunette locks arranged by Giannandrea, a hairstylist, and Jo Baker, the make-up artist who made sure that Paris was ready for a possible close-up


The commercial announcement was made just a few days after Paris stepped on stage at Vienna's City Hall to present Joy Jere, Director of Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance, with the Life+ Award.

The Beverly Hills-born heiress attended the HIV/AIDS fundraiser event on behalf of Elizabeth Taylor, her godmother, with whom Michael Jackson shared a special friendship.

The two bonded over the years thanks to their fame, fortune, childhood stardom and humanitarian causes. Unfortunately for Paris, she was only 10 years old when the King of Pop lost his life.

The 20-year-old has now established herself as a free spirit in Hollywood, making a name for herself as a model and receiving an annual allowance of $8 million dollars, much like her brothers, Prince Michael Jackson I and Prince Michael Jackson II, also known as 'Blanket.'

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