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    Default Re: Paris jackson interview with Rolling Stone.

    Quote Originally Posted by moonstruck87 View Post
    IKR? I was a user on that forum for a while, but then I was outraged so much by a couple of threads and some users there that I just "left".
    I know, it is a gossip forum, but too rough for my taste ...

    I also could not deal with the subliminal tension between black and white users. Like people asking other people if they are black or white and some people trying to patronize others.
    I stopped visiting too and I was never an actual posting member.
    I just like to browse MJ forums, but after a while I said f*** it.
    There's too much MJ hate here and left.

    What's ironic is that it's supposedly a website populated by mainly black people who would often times talk about how black legends (in any field) and black artist/entertainers aren't treated as good as their white peers, and how they had to 'uplift black legends' all the while they trashed Michael (the biggest and most legendary black artist/entertainer to ever exist).

    I imagine that most of the people on that website save for a few are rather stupid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pink Diamond Princess View Post
    I stopped visiting too and I was never an actual posting member.
    I just like to browse MJ forums, but after a while I said f*** it.
    There's too much MJ hate here and left.

    What's ironic is that it's supposedly a website populated by mainly black people who would often times talk about how black legends (in any field) and black artist/entertainers aren't treated as good as their white peers, and how they had to 'uplift black legends' all the while they trashed Michael (the biggest and most legendary black artist/entertainer to ever exist).

    I imagine that most of the people on that website save for a few are rather stupid.
    Yeah ... I think that MJ fans go there to discuss Michael in an open and honest way ... and they do not expect it to be that rough. LSA has many very nice and friendly users. But some seem to see it as their life challenge to systematically insult and accuse not only Michael but also Paris. Sometimes in the lowest and cheapest way possible. WHY? It takes much time to do that. Why would an non-fan / supporter do this? It´s creepy and sad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moonstruck87 View Post
    Yeah ... I think that MJ fans go there to discuss Michael in an open and honest way ... and they do not expect it to be that rough. LSA has many very nice and friendly users. But some seem to see it as their life challenge to systematically insult and accuse not only Michael but also Paris. Sometimes in the lowest and cheapest way possible. WHY? It takes much time to do that. Why would an non-fan / supporter do this? It´s creepy and sad.
    It's like I said.
    I don't think most of the people on that website are very bright save for a few.
    No one with some sense would focus so much on someone they hate.

    The way they would talk about him I'm pretty sure that most of them are glad that Michael is dead tbh.
    Hell, for all of the pro-black ish they talk on there when it comes to Michael they're just as bad if not worst then any anti-black racist.
    I think they might be too stupid to realize that though.:lol:

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    Default Re: Paris Jackson cover story for Rolling Stone: "Paris Jackson: A Life After Neverland"

    in Jackson style, she steps out and speaks... makes Rollingstones!
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    All in all though, while this is nice and all the Trolling Stone has been over for me for a long time.
    Remember when they tried to say Justin Timberlake was the new King Of Pop most likely because they couldn't stand the fact that a black non-traditional pop artist had become as big as Michael did so they wanted to replace him with someone white?

    Yeah, well I remember it too, and thats why I pretty much say f*** the Trolling Stone.

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    Enough with this LSA off topic. No point in repeating nonsense unless you believe it yourself. You're only helping them spreading this BS.
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    Default Re: Paris jackson interview with Rolling Stone.

    Quote Originally Posted by InvincibleMJ View Post
    Enough with this LSA off topic. No point in repeating nonsense unless you believe yourself. You're only helping them spreading this BS.
    True that.
    They aren't worth the keystrokes.:lol:

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    Default Re: Paris jackson interview with Rolling Stone.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pink Diamond Princess View Post
    All in all though, while this is nice and all the Trolling Stone has been over for me for a long time.
    Remember when they tried to say Justin Timberlake was the new King Of Pop most likely because they couldn't stand the fact that a black non-traditional artist had become as big as Michael did so they wanted to replace him with someone white?

    Yeah, well I remember it too, and thats why I pretty much say f*** the Trolling Stone.
    And for that stupid cartoon cover of MJ titled "Michael Jackson in Fantasyland" in September issue 1987 remember that shit?

    Also I noticed that Friedman from Showbiz 411 (and not I won't post the link here) is saying today "Paris Jackson says she was sexually assaulted at age 14 in a new interview with Rolling Stone. Michael Jackson’s daughter tells the magazine a few other surprising things, but this should be the most alarming. She was 14 in 2012, the same year she helped stop the “kidnapping” of her guardian, grandmother Katherine Jackson, by her uncles and aunts. Paris was living with her grandmother and brothers in a gated community. That this terrible thing happened to her speaks volumes about how neglectful the adult supervision was for Michael Jackson’s kids three years after the superstar’s death."

    This was also around the time of the AEG trial and the Conrad Murray trial right?.....dang that explains alot doesn't it she's been through a lot I just wish her all the best
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    Apparently, Michael was a masterchef. We knew he was great at making pancakes, but it turns out he fried chicken well
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    Default Re: Paris jackson interview with Rolling Stone.

    The article is good, considering it's Rolling Stone. Although I noticed they had to throw some of the usual bs in there. For instance making it sound as if the trial alone shattered his reputation, as if the press had no hand in that.

    One thing was interesting to me, is that she says he gave them the option of going to regular school. So much for the fiction of him wanting to keep them locked away from the world. And Michael crying in front of her was upsetting, not to mention her reveling being molested. Poor girl, she sure has been through it. But i give her credit for putting herself out there. It took courage.

    I wish it wasn't Rolling Stone, but if she's going to be in the industry then she's going to have to deal with all of them to a degree I guess. On the site I saw that David La Chapelle did the photography and Michael Bush did her shirt. She knew who to go to.

    But if his kids are going to keep talking about his cooking, then I want a cookbook...
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    I do like the interview very much. I like to read Paris´ own words about her beloved father, about the kids life with their father, about herself, her thoughts about June 25, ... Normally all what we get to read is at third hand, from self-proclaimed ´friends´ and self-appointed biographers, tabloid-trash, haters, etc.. To me this sounds young, fresh, intelligent, honest, genuine, emotional. It´s cool, .
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    Wonder whats going to be talked about more.
    The interview itself and the other things in it, or her saying that Michael was murdered.
    Y'all know how conspiracy theorist are.:lol:

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    Default Re: Paris jackson interview with Rolling Stone.

    She's delighted to spot a group of ducks. "Hello, friends!" she shouts. "Come play with us!"
    awww, it makes me feel better that Paris, too, has conversations with animals like I do.


    I've always seen a lot of Michael in Paris, in both her personality, at times, and some specific physical features. I can see why Prince would say what he did in comparing his dad with his sister.


    Thank you for posting the article.
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    Default Re: Paris Jackson cover story for Rolling Stone: "Paris Jackson: A Life After Neverland"

    Guys - It's Michael Jackson related so stays in the MJ new section
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    Default Re: Paris jackson interview with Rolling Stone.

    Hope whoever sexually assaulted her gets his or her ass beat.
    My parents were at times quite overprotective and still are to a certain extent, but I read stuff like this and I wouldn't want things any other way.
    After Michael passed away she went though a lot of mess because he couldn't protect her.
    Michael was a great dad.
    He protected his kids and kept them happy.

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