It’s been two years since the shocking death of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. In that time, his three children - Prince, 14, Paris, 13, and Blanket, 9 - have enjoyed a more social lifestyle than they were used to; no longer being hidden from the paparazzi.
But for Paris Jackson, Michael’s only daughter, it looks like it’s been a more difficult transition. After being hounded by paps earlier in the month; an incident that involved a call to police officers, Paris recently found herself the victim of cyberbullying when a Twitter follower began to harass her, telling her that Michael Jackson was not her biological father.
The individual has since deleted the comments from his or her timeline, but from what we can tell, Paris seemed to hold her own, arguing that she’s “100% Jackson blood,” and a “natural Jackson” with the love and support of her “beloved gramma and cousins.”
The exchange itself has got the web buzzing. Aside from the questions over her heredity, and whether or not Michael Jackson used a sperm donor to conceive his children, what we want to know is: should Paris Jackson have a Twitter account, being
the child of such a high profile celebrity? And what compelled @MJJFanzRock to do such a thing to a 13-year-old girl?