Things have become quiet to downright crazy at the new Jackson family compound in Calabasas, Ca. As usual, I was on twitter on July 17th or 18th when I kept seeing these tweets from a particular fan. At first, I ignored it because of the source of the information and because I did not want to get involve in any drama on twitter. I decided to eat dinner and look at other websites when I saw the number of the notifications on my twitter account increasing. When I clicked on the notifications, I began reading the tweets and I noticed that Randy Jackson confirmed the letter. He stated:
When I read that tweet, I had to comment and when I did, I lost it. I was happy and elated that the family were finally fighting for the truth to be revealed. Then, I read this tweet that Randy stated:
"Hello, dear family member. I don't appreciate you telling everyone things that aren't true, thank you very much."
When Jermaine confirmed, once again, that his mother, Paris' grandmother, Katherine did indeed have a stroke, she deleted the tweet. Then, Paris apologizes to her uncle for what she stated -
Janet Jackson knows full well the dangers of getting involved in show business at too early an age, and according to UsMagazine.com, she "furious" that Paris Jackson, the 14-year-old daughter of her late brother Michael, has accepted a part in the upcoming movie "Lundon's Bridge and the Three Keys."
"She feels it goes against Michael's wishes to keep his kids out of the the limelight until age 18," a source told Us, adding, "Janet thinks Paris shouldenjoy being a kid and possibly go to college."
Paris, meanwhile, seems keen on following in her father's footsteps. She's "hoping for more roles," the insider said, explaining that it's become "a huge dispute" in the family.
The Jacksons, of course, are no strangers to "huge disputes," but when Janet says, "You're only a child once," she's speaking from experience. Maybe young Paris should listen to what her aunty has to say.
Let's say that this is indeed true, could Janet's fury about Paris acting could be based more on what she probably believes Katherine was forced to do for Paris? See, I believe that Trent is controlling Katherine and deep down, I do not believe that Katherine wants Paris to act. I believe that Katherine wants Paris to go to school and focus on her studies. I believe that if Michael was living to see this mess, he would have done everything in his power to make sure Paris is not acting and is hitting the books and having a normal childhood. I remember reading Janet's book True You in which she talked about her experience on the Good Times' set and how the people on there wanted her to "lose weight" among other things. What if also Janet's anger was also related to what she experience as a child actress and how she did not want the same to happen to her niece? We all know what Michael went through as a child and he probably would not want his children to go through the same thing that he went through.
The tweets are from the verified accounts of Randy Jackson (@randyjackson8), Janet Jackson (@janetjackson), Jermaine Jackson (@jermjackson5) and retweeted by a fan from Paris Jackson's account (@ParisJackson)
"Paris Jackson Takes it to the Offensive, Lashes Out In Shocking Jackson Family Fued"
"Janet Jackson 'Furious' Over Niece Paris Acting Career, Family Embroiled in Huge Dispute"
The link of the letter was from:
The statement from the Michael Jackson Estate was posted on my personal twitlonger account -