If you thought the King of Pop’s legacy solely continued through his art, well, you might need to rethink that notion.
The late Michael Jackson’s daughter, Paris Jackson, just gave an exclusive interview that comprised of secrets about the star’s rare parenting style that had so many fans and followers in absolute awe.
Appearing on the hit YouTube series by Naomi Campbell, titled ‘No Filter,’ Paris gave the world an exclusive insight into what it was like being fathered by one of the world’s most influential icons in the pop music industry.
Moreover, she opened up about her childhood like never before, speaking about how her beloved dad instilled a diversely strong themed work ethic, followed by an eclectic taste in music when it came to his own kids.
“My father made sure that all of his children were so cultured. He made sure that we were all so well-educated, not just focusing on the glitz and glam of the world like hopping from one luxury hotel to the other,” she added.
In addition, the 22-year-old went as far as mentioning how she was actually conceived in the city of Paris but was born in Los Angeles. “But I do remember growing up in many places, like sort of everywhere,” she explained.
“It was more or less like we saw bits and pieces of everything. This includes Third World nations too. It was similar to seeing every little bit of the spectrum,” Paris exclaimed during the interview.
On the other hand, the model and singer drew light on how she was just 11 years old when news broke about her father’s sudden death, which took place in the year 2009. However, that doesn’t mean his influence has faded away. For Paris, her father’s influence is still very much active today in her life.
Paris also revealed how her childhood was more about earning things. For instance, if the kids wanted five toys, they would have to read five books to gain that luxury.
Today, Paris is working hard in making a name for herself in the modeling and acting industry because she believes she needs to earn her spot, and that includes learning scripts and going to auditions too.