Paris Jackson Father’s Day Drama!

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Paris Jackson in an interview, following her attempted suicide. Photo by Zennie Abraham https://www.flickr.com/photos/zennie62/10096280873

Michael Jackson, the gone but never forgotten King of Pop. Everyone remembers Michael Jackson for his unique voice, bustling talent, life dramas, and extravagant dance moves, but how many people remember him for being a great father?

Apparently a lot of people, because Michael’s 18 year old daughter Paris has faced an onslaught of pressure from fans of her father demanding for her to release a Father’s Day photograph of the pair together or a message for her late father.

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Michael Jackson’s star on the walk of fame, used as a place of remembrance following his sudden death.

Internet trolls began harassing young Paris when she did not post a photograph or status to social media Goliath Facebook honouring her father and their relationship. Father’s Day saw both members of the public and celebrities leaving touching tributes to their respective fathers, but Paris has always honoured her father’s life and their relationship since his passing through various means. She has had multiple tattoos dedicated to her father, a permanent reminder of him with her all the time.

On her twitter Paris said: “If you try to harass someone into posting online about a holiday, ask yourself if it’s any of your business,” She tweeted this early Monday morning following on from Father’s Day. She also tweeted: “Having 8 tattoos dedicated to someone overrules a single post about them on a stupid social media acc because of a holiday. #justmyopinion,”.

 

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