Paris Jackson Is Asking Fans To Stop Photoshopping Her Skin Color

Diply 8 Mar 2018

19-year-old Paris Jackson is the daughter of the great Michael Jackson and Debbie Rowe. She's been in the spotlight for a little while now, and she is really starting to make waves in the acting scene.

The other day, Paris tweeted out to her fans asking them to stop photoshopping her skin color, and the responses have been pretty interesting.

Paris has made several television appearances over the years, and she clearly isn't a stranger to being in front of the camera.

Instagram | @parisjackson

Although she doesn't seem to be as much into the music scene as her father was, she's really into acting. You'll soon be able to catch her in her first film, Gringo, which also stars Charlize Theron and David Oyelowo.

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With nearly four million followers on Twitter and Instagram combined, she has built up quite the fan base.

Instagram | @parisjackson

It's not uncommon for fans to use their favorite pictures of Paris and make edits of them, but she recently tweeted a special request when it comes to those edits.

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"Please stop lightening my skin to make me look more white," she wrote. 

Instagram | @parisjackson

"And please stop darkening my skin to make me look more mixed." She explained that she is who she is, and that she is finally happy with what she looks like.

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Of course, she appreciates the edits that the fans are making of her.

Twitter | @ParisJackson

And the fan response to the request was generally positive. People assured her that she was beautiful the way she was and skin color simply didn't matter.

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"It's not what a person looks like on the outside, it's inside that counts, and if you're happy with yourself, then I'm behind you 100%," one fan wrote.

Twitter | @MrChrisC84
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Just like any time a celebrity posts to social media, there are going to be those who have nothing nice to say but choose to say it anyway.

Twitter | @stopyafool

Everybody has an opinion, right?

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Maybe it's just me, but I think Paris' request is pretty valid. 

Instagram | @parisjackson

There's really no need to change how light or dark someone's skin is.

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