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Michael Jackson’s Daughter Paris Shares Post Of Healing From Childhood Trauma After Announcement Of A Documentary About Her Father's Life

August 19, 2019 12:51

Paris-Michael Katherine Jackson was just 11 years old when her father Michael Jackson, passed away.

The-now 21-year-old described her relationship with her father as the only thing that ever mattered to her, as he made her and her siblings feel special.

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She, however, admitted that she was a little bit too adventurous while growing up.

" I was doing a lot of things that 13-, 14-, 15-year-olds shouldn't do. I tried to grow up too fast, and I wasn't really that nice of a person."

Paris has over 50 tattoos, and nine of them are dedicated to her father.

Recently, it was announced that some of Michael's close friends have come to the singer's defense in a new documentary titled, 'Michael Jackson: Chase The Truth.'

It aims to put to shame all the allegations made by Wade Robson and James Safechuck against Michael in the famous' Leaving Neverland' documentary.

Paris' cryptic post

On August 15, Paris took to her Instagram to pen a message about healing from childhood trauma.

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This was a day after her father's pals announced the documentary to refute the claims of sexual abuse against Michael.

She posted a meme photo of two children with a message that read:

"May this generation be so aware of how their childhoods affected them that they will put in all the effort to heal, and give their children a childhood that they will not need healing from."

Fans react

As usual, Paris' post raised some eyebrows, and some fans on Instagram reacted to it.

@Annalee Jackson suggested:

"Could've been talking about her Dad's childhood, too."

@alexandrashipppp urged:

"Though we are products of an addicted culture, we are our own people who make our own decisions and are in charge of our own destiny."

While @sequoyabrent wrote,

"This is so good and not said enough! #Goodparenting is so important!"

It's not sure what the motivation behind Paris' mysterious post is, but we hope all parents and children alike learn a lesson from this.