In response to the post, Paris tweeted back at Williams, writing that “your obsession is a little unhealthy, maybe even toxic.”
Paris also said there are “plenty of qualified professional psychiatrists [Williams] can seek out.”
This isn't the first time Paris has taken issue with Williams's reporting on her and the Jackson family. Back in January, Williams spoke about Jackson's "Rolling Stone" cover on her show's Hot Topics segment. In a moment of "real talk," Williams claimed that Paris "has not made her mark on her own."
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“You cannot be on the cover of one of the most prestigious entertainment and influential magazines in the world and just be the daughter of and tell your story inside,” Williams said. “Sorry, you all.”
Williams also discussed Paris's interview in the magazine, discussing Paris's belief that her father, pop singer Michael Jackson, was murdered. Williams also discussed Paris's "considering herself black," which Paris told "Rolling Stone" she believes she is.
“I get that she considers herself black and everything, but I’m just talking about the visual because you know … black is not what you call yourself, it’s what the cops see you when they got steel to your neck on the turnpike. It’s what they see,” Williams explained. “But that’s cute and good for her.”
Jackson replied with a tweet, saying that Williams “seems to think about the family a lot considering she makes all these claims about us,” and also asked, “Why are we on her mind so often?”
In response to Williams's beliefs on Paris's race, Paris wrote, "Well, she didn't birth me so."