Justin Bieber's idol Michael Jackson has spoken. Or rather Michael Jackson, through the host of his ghostly spirit, 15-year-old daughter Paris Jackson when she weighed in on Bieber's actions in the media.
The superstar's daughter has spoken out on the most contentious topic of her generation—The Biebz—and if you're looking for some sympathetic insight into how growing up in the limelight excuses his recent behavior, look elsewhere. She has none.
Paris Jackson ain't got no time for that.
It's not #throwbackthursday, but what bothers Paris most is his lack of responsibility to his fans, especially on social media.
"Young girls on Twitter were cutting themselves," Paris said to the Daily Mail, referring to that insane #CutForBieber hashtag. "Self-harming to get his attention to get him to stop."
"But I don't think Justin should do something where he would get caught, so that his young fans aren't influenced," she added."
"Imagine when those little girls are adults and they have kids and they ask, 'Oh mum, where did you get those scars?' How do they respond? When I was 12 my favorite singer smoked marijuana. I think it's very irresponsible of him to do that!"
At the same time, Paris does recognize that maybe he'd rather not give attention to negativity online based on her own experience.
"On Twitter I used to take everything personally when people would tweet me [negative] stuff. So I'm like, 'I need to stop,'" she said. "I was very upset. I try not to look at my mentions all the time because there's so much hate there. I've stopped reading it. I try not reading about my family."