Paris Jackson Says People Have No ‘F—king Respect’ As She Cleans Graffiti Off Radio Host Michael Jackson’s Hollywood Star

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Paris Jackson Says She Came Out When She Was 14 In A Flurry Of Tweets

Paris Jackson is taking matters into her own hands. 

When Paris walked by her radio host Michael Jackson’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday and saw red graffiti on it, she immediately decided to scrub it off. The British radio host shares the same name as her late pop star dad, and according to Paris, the name is reason enough to get down and do some scrubbing! 

In a photo posted on her Instagram, Paris can be seen cleaning the star. She captioned the snap, “some people have no f—king respect. i understand that there is a difference between the radio emblem and the record, but a name is a name.”

Fans applauded her actions, calling her a “true guardian” and “an angel.”

While the 20-year-old actress wasn’t cleaning her pop’s star — his is located in front of the Chinese Grauman Theatre — she didn’t hesitate to help out another star in need. 

The 20-year-old actress has always been supportive of her dad and his career. She regularly posts tributes to her late father on social media, including this recent photo of him. 

She captioned the photo of MJ, “my one source of strength. the only thing keeping me going. my love, my light, my archangel.”

WATCH: Paris Jackson Pens Touching Tribute To Her Late Father Michael Jackson

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