Paris Jackson scrubs hateful graffiti off of Michael Jackson's Walk of Fame star in new photo
The outspoken daughter of Michael Jackson speaks out to defend his name but there's a catch.
Paris Jackson is speaking out yet again, and she’s targeted her anger this time towards people who she claims disrespected her father’s name.
The 19-year-old recently shared a photo of herself scrubbing a graffiti-tainted star at the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Though many know her father Michael Jackson has a star in the famous landmark, the young celebrity was actually cleaning up spray paint from another Michael Jackson’s star and he isn’t her father.
But that doesn’t seem to matter to the outspoken teenager who explained her actions in her caption.
“some people have no [expletive] respect. i understand that there is a difference between the radio emblem and the record, but a name is a name.”
Clearly, the actress couldn’t care less whose star it was but her father’s name is sacred and no one has the right to disrespect it. It’s also a known fact that Paris was named after the late music legend. She was born Paris Michael Jackson which makes the offense twice as hurtful to her.
Paris’ latest outburst is nothing new to fans who’ve seen her defending herself in more occasions than one over people’s judgement as to how she lives her life. She would often stress that despite her status she is human and deserves to be treated like one.
Last month, people were quick to pass judgement on her when she was absent during her aunt Janet Jackson’s honoring at the Billboard Music Awards. Clearing her side through a lengthy Instagram message, she explained she wasn’t even invited to the event.
“No one from my mgmt reached out to me about attending billboards or about the award, and no one from my family did either. I had absolutely no idea until y’all spammed with hatred.”
She also made a request for people to stop trying to control her and how she relates to her family. She wrote,
“Please do not tell me/demand/try to control how I handle my relationship with the people in my life, specifically my family. As amazing and s__ty as things can be, it is no one’s business but ours. I understand that some of you feel some sort of connection or need to be apart (sic) of our lives considering you watched us grow up. However, I am handling my situation exactly how my father did. And I am happy keeping it that way. I will always have love and respect for my family. ALWAYS.”
All Paris really wants is a little respect.