Interest in Paris Jackson's life has always been at a fever pitch, but the music scion is blossoming into a star in her own right — and grabbing the headlines that come with fame as a result.
The latest gossip? That Jackson is bisexual. According to Radar Online, since breaking up with her ex Michael Snoddy, Jackson has been interested in pursuing women.
A source told the site, "Paris has made no secret of having crushes on girls in the past and wants to keep her options open." That apparently includes using celebrity dating apps to find a lady to call her own. “She’s not interested in making a big statement about her sexuality. She thinks it’s unnecessary in 2017, but she’s having fun chatting to sexy women online,” the source continued.
Over the weekend, MediaTakeOut reported that Jackson had in fact come out at the GLAAD Media Awards, reporting, “A reporter asked Paris why she felt such a connection to the LGBT community and Paris reportedly responded by saying that she’s bisexual.”
Thanks to GossipCop, however, that rumor has been put to rest. While Jackson was in attendance, and even presented the award for Outstanding Comedy Series, a rep told the celebrity site that Jackson "didn’t speak to any media last night,” adding that her spokesman didn't “hear her say anything of the sort.”
See some of the tweets that have people "talking" below:
sexy mf @NICKIMINAJ— Paris-Michael K. J. (@ParisJackson) April 3, 2017
homegirl @KekePalmer always keeping it real, i'm proud of what you said about staying true to yourself. keep showing off that natural beauty— Paris-Michael K. J. (@ParisJackson) January 31, 2017
Paris Jackson, the daughter of the late Michael Jackson, died her hair blue to match her bestfriend/date at prom! pic.twitter.com/Q1NshAnFgG— Terran's Take (@TerransTake) June 5, 2016
i'm actually using my platform for activism regarding poverty, the environment, lgbtq, women around the world, immigrants, etc… where u been https://t.co/ji668xRJRL— Paris-Michael K. J. (@ParisJackson) April 2, 2017
“My dad raised me in a very open-minded house,” she told Rolling Stone earlier this year. “I was eight years old, in love with this female on the cover of a magazine. Instead of yelling at me, like most homophobic parents, he was making fun of me, like, ‘Oh, you got yourself a girlfriend.’”
See how Jackson's career is taking off with The Wendy Williams Show above.
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