Paris Jackson, daughter of late pop legend Michael Jackson, has said she is scared by the cruelty, racism, and sexism that are prevalent in the world.
In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, Paris said that her first introduction into the “real world” scared and shocked her.
“Once I got introduced into the real world, I was shocked. It blew me away, not just because it was sexist, but misogynist and racist and cruel. It was scary as hell. And it still is really scary,” she said.
In the yet-to-be published interview, Jackson also revealed that she’s a fan of rock music and that she would love to write her own songs someday.
“It’s folky, I’d love to write rock music because that’s what I dig. But I’m good at sad stuff and acoustic stuff.”
Paris, who turns 19 in April, recently told Rolling Stone that she is certain that her father was murdered.
In the same interview, she revealed that she had attempted suicide multiple times.
Paris said she was fond of slashing her wrist and consuming a lot of pills.
The 18-year-old lost her father, the king of pop, eight years ago.
Jackson died of acute propofol and benzodiazepine intoxication in 2009 while preparing for a comeback This Is It concert in London.
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