Paris Jackson's Boyfriend Explains His Theory on Why He's Not a Racist

Paris Jackson's Boyfriend Explains His Theory on Why He's Not a Racist

He has a Confederate flag tattoo.

Published April 7, 2016

We reported last month that Paris Jasckson's new boyfriend, Michael Snoddy, has some questionable ink — the Confederate flag is plastered big and bold across his wrist. After he tried to defend the tattoo, saying, "There's a difference between Southern pride and racism," some still think there's a trace of racism in there, but he has an interesting theory on why that's all false.

"I wouldn't be dating a Black girl if I were a racist," he simply told TMZ.

That's not all. Apparently, he is also alluding that the tattoo could be a tribute to one of his favorite bans, Pantera, whose album Cowboys From Hell shows a skull emblazoned in front of a Confederate flag. The letters "CFH" on the cover can also be seen on his tat.

While Paris's family is reportedly not too happy with her choice of bae, MJ's daughter looks happy and in love with her new man:


A photo posted by Paris-Michael K. Jackson (@parisjackson) on

"You're as smooth as Tennessee Whiskey"🎶

A photo posted by Michael Snoddy (@michaelsnoddy) on

Unfortunately, the Jackson kids may never be able to fully escape the tabloid life, but hopefully they'll continue to take it in stride: is your No. 1 source for Black celebrity news, photos, exclusive videos and all the latest in the world of hip hop and R&B music. 

Written by John Justice

(Photo: Michael Snoddy via Instagram)


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