I agree. And I am sure Janet is "old school" as someone talked about black celebs. Sorry in most "black culture', a child is believe to stay in a child's place when talking to adults in the family; and if you have to address that "adult", you better do it with respect. As my mother would say, " Do not talk to me like I am one of your buddies on the playground".Exactly. She needs to ignore the media rumors and get on with her life. The media wrote so much BS about Michael, but he never came out and addressed every single rumor, and when he did it was when he was asked about it. Paris needs to grow up already.
Does Paris have to swear all the time? She is so annoying with her potty mouth. Michael would be so disappointed in her.
I don't like it either, but unfortunately it's part and parcel of today's generation. It's just common language nowadays. Prince openly swears as well, in the videos he puts online, like it's no big deal. Michael didn't swear openly, but I remember Lisa Marie saying that he did in private and I think Paris confirmed it too, a few years ago. Not that this excuses it, of course, but it is what it is.
I hate hearing it, but I've found I've even picked it up recently-only when I'm super upset.
Well if people are going to be ok with Paris talking her views, then be ok with Tito talking on how he see things through his eyes."Obsessive need" is strong language. I don't see anything obsessive on her time line. At least we have one Jackson who DOESN'T ignore (or contribute to) these tabloid stories, or give them a free pass, as usual. If it's a story or rumour that concerns HER, Paris has more right than anyone else does, to say something about it. It's easy for us to say that she doesn't have to address these stories, but we're not the ones having rubbish printed about us and our lives and our families. I'm glad that she speaks up and doesn't take any crap and I think she is mostly selective and restrained when she does it. More power to her. Meanwhile, we have Uncle Tito giving out interviews and referring to Joe Jackson as the best father in the world. Go figure.