Just beat it!
Paris Jackson, 25, hit back at online trolls who called her “old and haggard.”
“This is no filter, no makeup and regular lighting for the people that wrote really s—ty comments about how old and haggard I look in my last video,” she captioned an Instagram video Thurday where she showed off her bare face.
“I am literally 25. Just young and haggard, thank you very much.”
The model was addressing the criticism she got after showing off her glam look at the Christian Louboutin “Rouge Stiletto” Beauty Event during Paris Fashion Week on Thursday.
For the event, the only daughter of music icon Michael Jackson rocked a maroon satin button down with matching trousers. She paired the look with black stilettos, a brown purse and a glam makeup look.
While several fans were quick to compliment the singer’s “beautiful smile” and “perfect” look, others chose to comment negatively.
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“OMG she looks so old I’m not a hater I like her but I don’t remember the moment she took age that fast😟,” one person wrote.
“What’s? What happened to her?” another added while another bluntly asked, “How old is she? She looks 50.”
Following the nasty comments, many fans defended her, blaming the lighting in the video.
“Oh, it’s the lighting! Who the heck can’t discern it’s the lighting!?! 🙄,” one person explained as another one added, “Relax people the light is causing a shadow on her face. Why is old such a label for undesirable beauty standards anyway!? She is beautiful and deserves to be treated with kindness. Not to mention she’s young and the lighting off.”
Despite the calls for kindess, this is not the first time that Paris has had to defend herself from nasty trolls.
Last month, she clapped back at comments about her unshaven armpits, which could be seen in a sweet tribute video for what would have been the “Thriller” hitmaker’s 65th birthday.
In the clip posted to Instagram on Aug. 29, Paris’ pits were on full display as she tied up her hair while recalling memories with her late father.
A day later, she responded to commenters who said she only posted the video to show that she doesn’t shave.
“i wasn’t tying my hair up to show off my armpit hair,” Paris wrote on Twitter. “i’ve not shaved it for years and forget it’s there all the time. get over yourselves.”
She concluded her message, cheekily adding, “i was pulling my hair up to show my glass cutting jawline.”
Coincidentally, in the tribute video, Paris explained why she felt the need to publicly wish her late dad a happy birthday.
“There have been times where I don’t post anything for my dad’s birthday, and people lose their f—ing minds. They tell me to kill myself,” she explained.
“And they’re basically measuring my love for my own father based off of what I post on Instagram.”
Paris added that her dad “used to hate anybody acknowledging his birthday.”
“He actually didn’t want us to even know when his birthday was because he didn’t want us to throw a party,” she explained.
Aside from Paris, the “Smooth Criminal” singer also fathered sons Prince Jackson, 26, and Blanket “Bigi” Jackson, 21.
Michael died of acute propofol intoxication on June 25, 2009. He was just 50 years old.