AceShowbiz - Paris Jackson won't stay silent when there's someone who attacks her father. After 50 Cent dissed Michael Jackson by comparing him to Chris Brown and bringing up the child molestation allegations against the King of Pop, Paris went straight to Fif's Instagram account to shut him down.
Sliding into the rapper/actor's comments, the 21-year-old actress/singer reminded him of the 1993 Super Bowl, during when her father headlined the halftime show. "superbowl 1993," she wrote, "true legends don't need to exert outrageous amounts of energy just to grasp your attention. stillness, my friend. stillness. more power in stillness than you can probably understand."
She stressed though that she didn't have any intention to disrespect Chris Brown. "And i say this with zero shade to chris i love him dearly. this is just for you 50," she added.
50 Cent previously irked MJ's fans after sharing Chris' Instagram post about his latest feat. The "Yeah 3x" hitmaker boasted on his own account Saturday, August 31, "@ChrisBrown has now sold 69.5M singles in the US, making him the 7th best selling singles artist of all time. He has now totalled 100M RIAA certified units."
Sharing a screengrab of Chris' post, 50 added a nasty comment about MJ in the caption. "CB better then (sic) MJ to me now, I can't believe mike wanted to touch the little boys booty. What the f**k man," he wrote, referring to the child sexual abuse allegations against the "Thriller" singer.
Seemingly disagreeing with Fif, Breezy listed a bunch of MJ's achievements that couldn't be compared to his. The 30-year-old singer/dancer posted it on Instagram Stories and wrote on it, "Michael Jackson the greatest ever," without any mention about Fif.
Meanwhile, Waka Flocka Flame wrote to Fif, "S**t not funny .... not Mike my nixxa."
Not showing any regret, Fif doubled down on his diss at MJ by posting a now-deleted photo of Chris wearing an MJ-inspired outfit and repeated his remark, "all I said was I think CB is better than MJ now. after I saw the documentary, The little boys butts will never be the same."