“Paris can stand on her own…she won’t take anything from anybody. She fights. She’s tough, very tough.” – Michael Jackson
I generally do not read Paris Jackson’s tweets since I do not and would not read my own daughters’ tweets unless they were specifically addressed to me however many of her tweets get retweeted on my page. I am amazed to see this young lady’s dignity, caring and general kindness toward others who, I feel, have been somewhat cruel and unfair to her.
The one tweet that particularly caught my eye was this one:
“Are you aware that @rockofages movie makes fun of @michaeljackson in their movie? #boycott
Her reply to this tweet was:
“A lot of ppl do… its jealousy dw about it”
In my opinion I think this tweet was one that should never have been sent to Michael’s sweet young daughter as it brings attention to what we want to keep the public from watching if, in fact this movie does have a negative connotation to it (I apologize for putting this on this blog but I needed to be exact) and secondly, why would anyone want to bring that up to someone who loves him more than life itself.
I was amazed at Paris’ reply. It shows how well-adjusted and how intelligent she is when it comes to these type of comments. It must have caught her eye because she rarely responds to the statements and/or questions she gets tweeted to her account unless it is a friend. Mrs. Jackson has shown us what a wonderful job she is doing with all of her grandchildren and how she had to unexpectedly, take over a parenting job later on in her life. God bless her. She has taught the children well. Michael’s name has been dragged through the mud on so many occasions and these children handle it with grace and dignity. On this Mother’s Day I would like to say God Bless Katherine Jackson on a job well done. Michael knew exactly what he was doing when he entrusted his most precious “gifts” to his mother.
I can see that Paris is passing her knowledge of what her father and grandmother have taught her on to “fans” who need to remember that this is a girl who has lost her father. Maybe we should all consider what we put out on twitter and especially who we direct it to. I have to believe that not one MJ fan or advocate would want to hurt his children in any way so please think before you “tweet” or “speak”. Maybe we can all learn something from her… “don’t worry about it”