Michael Jackson‘s daughter Paris Jackson seems pretty wise to be only 21 years old, based on how she responded to 50 Cent.
Before getting to her masterful clap back, it’s important to go back to Aug. 31 when 50 said Chris Brown is a better artist than the King of Pop. It’s something he stated after Brown told his Instagram followers that he sold 69.5 million singles in the United States, which made him the seventh best selling artist of all time when it comes to singles.
Paris Jackson (L) is getting credit for clapping back at 50 Cent (R) over her late father Michael Jackson. (Photo: Jon Kopaloff / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images)
50 shared a screenshot of that post and wrote “CB better then MJ to me now.”
The rapper also brought up the child molestation accusations surrounding the late singer that was discussed in the HBO docuseries “Surviving Neverland.”
Then on Thursday, Sept. 5, the “Many Men” writer posted a video of Brown entering a concert stage doing a series of impressive backflips and wrote “👀All I’m saying is I never seen MJ come out like this 🤷🏽♂️.”
Now to Paris Jackson’s clap back.
Because shortly after 50 posted the clip of Brown, she told the New York rapper to calm down, but some might say she conveyed it with intelligence and class.
“Superbowl 1993,” she wrote. “True legends don’t need to exert outrageous amounts of energy just to grasp attention. Stillness, my friend, stillness. More power in stillness than you can probably understand.”
For his part, the “Billie Jean” singer didn’t come on to the Super Bowl stage doing black flips in 1993, but his entrance could be considered even more impressive since he used an illusion to make it look like he flew in the air.
Then after he appeared, the former Motown artist stood in the middle of the stage without speaking or moving for an extended period of time, which more than likely has everything to do with Paris Jackson’s stillness comment.
Then underneath that Super Bowl halftime clip, many praised the young adult for standing up to 50 the way she did.
“Paris’s very brilliant read on 50 cents post brought me here!” someone wrote. “MJ will forever and always be KING.”
“I came here for the stillness and i found it..girl didnt lie,” a second person commented.
“@50cent a piece of shit. A so called rapper. Who’ll never have the influence MJ has. Yah I agree with you…,” said another fan.