Paris Jackson is bisexual
Paris Jackson is bisexual.
The 20-year-old actress - who has been romantically linked with Cara Delevingne in recent months - told her fans she is attracted to both men and women though she isn’t really bothered about labelling herself.
Hosting an ‘Ask me anything’ session on her Instagram account, Paris responded when one fan asked: “Are you bi?”
She replied: “that’s what you guys call it so i guess but who needs labels.(sic)”
However, she refused to confirm speculation she’s dating ‘Suicide Squad’ star Cara.
She replied: “None of yourgoddamn business.”
Elsewhere during the session, Paris - who previously dated drummer Michael Snoddy and was rumoured to have reunited with soccer player Chester Castellaw earlier this year - was left confused by fans wanting to know if her late father, Michael Jackson, was still alive, nine years after his death from acute Propofol intoxication.
She replied: “Why do you guys keep asking me this?”
Last month, the ‘Star’ actress - whose mother is Michael’s second wife, Debbie Rowe - paid tribute to her dad on the anniversary of the King of Pop’s death.
Paris - who has brothers Prince, 21, and 16-year-old Blanket - shared a picture of the ‘Thriller’ hitmaker and simply captioned the post: “Infinite.”
The actress also thanked her father for showering her with “love”.
She added to Twitter: “thank you all for the love you’ve sent during this time. (sic)”
Earlier in the month, Paris was forced to get down on her hands and knees and scrub Michael’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star after it was vandalised.
The model lashed out at the “disrespectful” people who had scribbled red graffiti all over the monument - which was presented to King of Pop in 1984 - after she spent all day trying to restore it to its original condition.
Taking to her Instagram account, the blonde beauty uploaded a photograph of her kneeling beside the star as she rubbed a damp cloth across the writing.
She captioned it: “some people have no f*****g respect. i understand that there is a difference between the radio emblem and the record, but a name is a name (sic)”