Paris Jackson, the daughter of the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson, has made a name for herself as a multifaceted artist and a prominent figure in the world of entertainment.
Born on April 3, 1998, in Beverly Hills, California, she grew up in the shadow of her famous father but has since emerged as a unique and talented individual.
With her innate creativity, unwavering advocacy for mental health, and an unmistakable sense of style, Paris Jackson has carved out her own path in the limelight, captivating the hearts and minds of fans around the globe.
From a young age, Paris Jackson displayed a passion for the arts, encompassing music, acting, and modeling. Her magnetic presence and striking looks soon caught the attention of the fashion world, leading to a successful career as a model.
Simultaneously, she embarked on a musical journey, forming a folk-rock band called The Soundflowers and showcasing her vocal talent as a singer-songwriter. Paris has also ventured into acting, making her acting debut in the television series “Star” and subsequently appearing in several films and TV projects.
In addition to her creative pursuits, Paris Jackson is a staunch advocate for mental health awareness and LGBTQ+ rights. She has been open about her own struggles with mental health issues and has used her platform to destigmatize these challenges, encouraging others to seek help and support.
Her philanthropic work has included collaborations with organizations dedicated to mental health, substance abuse recovery, and suicide prevention, demonstrating her commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of those facing similar battles.
Paris Jackson’s authentic and compassionate approach to advocacy has earned her widespread admiration and respect, further solidifying her position as a prominent figure not only in the entertainment industry but also in the world of social change.
Paris Jackson opened up about her close bond with her three siblings in a rare moment of honesty.
Paris Jackson, Michael Jackson’s 22-year-old daughter, has been discussing her upbringing in her Facebook Watch series, Unfiltered.
In the episode which was released on her Facebook page on July 21, the star and her three brothers refer to Omer Bhatti, a 36-year-old Norwegian dancer, and rapper, as their “oldest brother.”
The children admit that they and their father, Michael Jackson, thought on Omer as their other sibling. Those who thought Prince Jackson, 23, and Blanket Jackson, 18, were Paris Jackson’s only brothers may be surprised by the news.
When Omer Bhatti came on the show, he confirmed that he is a member of the Jackson family:
“I consider myself an older brother because my mother was employed as Prince’s nanny when he was born, and Paris, I’ve been there since she was a baby,” Omer explained.
“I’d say we kind of raised her. Yes, she is my younger sister in every way.”
“I can’t tell you when I first met the kids because that would be like asking when you first met your brothers,” he continued.
“I’d always wanted younger siblings, and I got them with Prince, Paris, and Blanket, so it brought me a lot of joy.”
Paris, who is 36 years old, regards her older brothers as her closest friends. “They have my whole love.”
“Every time we see each other, we feel revitalized by our time together.”
Paris went on to say that, despite their age difference, she rarely, if ever, fights with Omer.
“We’ve honestly never had problems, never disagreed, never had arguments,” she remarked of herself and Omer.
“Prince, who is 14 months older than me, and I, on the other hand, frequently dispute because this is normal for siblings who are so close in age.”
The Norwegian dancer has observed each Jackson sibling’s development and has a unique insight into their personalities.
“Paris was undoubtedly a rebel, always more rebellious than Prince,” he writes. ” When they were kids, Prince and Paris were diametrically opposed.”
The man claimed that Prince is always more in line than Paris, and that he would also pursue her. “He noticed that I was similar to him in that he was always the big brother trying to educate her right from wrong.”
Omer Bhatti, popularly known as O-Bee, first encountered Michael when he began performing at the age of nine. In a statement, he reflected on their connection, saying, “Being on TV and having these appearances subsequently brought me to Michael Jackson.”
“In a sense, he adopted me and served as a father figure and mentor to me.”
“I was like a sponge, literally soaking up everything when I was a young child and looked up to him in that sense.”
Omer said, “He later claimed that I was like a tiny version of him. Finally, I joined him on his tour. I’d be sitting almost right on the stage.”