Paris Jackson Says It’s “Not Her Role” To Defend Her Dad (UPDATE)

March 16, 2019 / Posted by:

UPDATE: TMZ says that because of the fallout of Leaving Neverland, Paris Jackson attempted suicide early this morning, a couple of months after she checked into a treatment facility to focus on her emotional well-being. Paramedics were called to her house in L.A. at around 7:30 and took her to the hospital where she’s in stable condition. She was also put on a 5150 hold. But wait, Paris is either tweeting from the hospital or TMZ got it wrong.

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In the wake of HBO’s 4-hour long horror show Leaving Neverland, Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris Jackson has been called out on social media by those dove-releasing MJ truthers for not defending her father enough. Paris recently tweeted that it’s “not her role.” Did they not read the one where Paris and her brothers were reportedly intending to sue MJ’s accusers? And that she’s reportedly always said she believes in his innocence? That’s sort of defensive.

People reports that Paris continues to get shit on Twitter from her dad’s fans. Paris responded by saying her cousin Taj Jackson is doing just fine captaining the Uncle MJ Didn’t Do It team and it’s “not her role.”

In another since-deleted tweet, she instructed the world on what they should do with their breasts.

Here’s another tweet where she answered someone quoting her dad’s past words about lies.

And she tried to keep it easy, breezy and prayerful with a rabid MJ fan.

But, if you look at a few of her other tweets, she sort of does defend her dad. A little.

And here’s where she reveals her thoughts on Oprah Winfrey hosting that post-Leaving Neverland horrifying sexual abuse allegations round-up with MJ accusers Wade Robson and James Safechuck.

That totally counts as her defending her dad. Paris Jackson just agreed that Oprah Winfrey is a treacherous reptile. She just side-eyed our one true deity with the “snake” label like she was speaking on Taylor Swift. Oprah has been maligned. As far as defending her dad goes, risking your soul’s eternal existence by shitting on Oprah publicly is equal to a fortress with gun turrets, a moat and catapults hurling flaming balls of lava. Consider dad defended.


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