Michael Jackson apparently isn’t the only one in his family that received criticism for his public actions.
Media took aim at the superstar musician prior to his death and now it seems that his daughter Paris is the target of international tabloids while in France and Australia.
Infelizmente um jornal fez essa matéria se referindo a Paris como "Wacko Jacko 2.0". 😔 pic.twitter.com/OrBEOnQYLy— Paris Jackson Brasil 🇧🇷 (@ParisJacksonBRA) November 8, 2017
The Herald Sun, an Australian publication released an article in their newspaper titled “Wacko Jacko 2.0.” Calling her a “wacko” is offensive enough, but to insinuate that she’s the product of another person of the same description, who is deceased, is pretty disgusting.
Luckily, she had a response.
i couldn't care less what they call me tbh but adding the "2.0" is their way of dragging my father into it and THAT i will not stand for. pic.twitter.com/sqxueMliUD— Paris-Michael K. J. (@ParisJackson) November 7, 2017
She also tagged the writers of the story. "Cute. you guys are f***in' cowards," she tweeted seperately. "bet you don't have the balls to call me that to my face @nuionline @JackieHeraldSun."
Jackson was apparently targeted by the tabloids for scaling a lamppost and smoking cigarettes in a more run down section of the city. AKA: just being a kid.
Here's her playing the guitar and singing.
Paris Jackson is playing guitar in the streets of Rennes (France) she's too pure for this world. Protect her at all costs. pic.twitter.com/kR8kqlDZCh— GATW™ (@TheGATW) November 27, 2017
And here are some more pics of her just being in France... So criminal.
Can we cut the bull? Oh, by the way, neither "journalist" responded to Paris' tweets via Twitter, either.
Keep it classy.
(Photo: Rachel Murray/Getty Images for mothers2mothers and The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation )
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