While other's loyalties to Michael Jackson have been questioned, his daughter Paris Jackson seems to have a true heart for her late father.
Early Monday morning Paris Jackson shared with friends on Twitter the new wall that she has dedicated to her late Father Michael Jackson. The wall is a collage of photos that show Jackson throughout his life and career. In the center of the photos is large poster of Jackson in black and white that appears to have been taken many years before his death.
Paris was born in 1998, just one year before Jackson divorced her mother Katherine. Right after her father's death, Paris made a memorable appearance on television. Then just 11 years old, she took the mic on stage in desperate tears and told the world how much she loved her father.
Over three years have passed, but Paris appears still eager to remember Jackson's face. The wall collage, she admitted on Twitter, took over three hours to build. Paris also did a recent interview with Oprah in June, in which she explained how her life has changed since losing her dad.
"Some people try to cyber bully me. They try to get to me with words but that doesn't really work," she told Oprah, adding that she still needs security where ever she goes which her friends think is "kind of creepy."
Despite some strange shake-ups, however, Paris insisted she has always lived a pretty normal life.
"Our dad was a really normal father when he was with us," she said adding that Jackson's use of masks to hide their identity helped them to live more normally. "When we went out without him we wouldn't be recognized and we could have a normal childhood."
Although Paris admitted to still being sad at times, she also said that Jackson was still able to cheer her up.
"I just remember something and I smile," she said.