Paris Jackson is really stepping into the limelight lately. She's 19-years-old, and already achieving SO much for herself.
Most recently, she covered Vogue Australia, looking absolutely gorgeous:
But aside from absolutely #KillingIt lately, she also receives a helluva lot of hate from people online.
It comes with the territory of being famous, unfortunately. Especially for somebody young, who was born into such immense fame. Many believe she is over privileged.
Now, she has taken to social media to release a lengthy video expressing herself, and calling out all the hate that she so often receives.
"I get it, y'all don't like the tattoos, y'all don't like profanity, y'all don't like my free spirit, my outspokenness and how I'm a chick and I should be quiet.
"Most of my following is mostly my father’s following and they're much older, they watched me grow up, they saw him when he was younger, so I understand that people that are watching me or seeing what I'm doing don't necessarily agree with all of this because they have very conservative views.
"This is for the people that are constantly talking sh**, saying, 'You deserve to have this stuff happen to you. You deserve these dramatic experiences, you don't deserve this privilege.'
"I am 145 percent aware of the privilege that was handed to me and the hard work that was put in place in order to get me to where I am. Fully aware.
"And in no way have I ever been ungrateful to that.
"As a teenager, I am doing the best I can. I'm working as hard as I possibly can to make a living for myself and create my own life."
"I'm trying to leave a very positive impact.
"I understand that it's not enough.
"No matter what I do, it will never be enough and you will never be satisfied even though I'm 19 and even though I'm working my ass off, it's not enough.
"I could adopt a shit ton of kids and do a bunch of f** charity work like Angelina Jolie and y'all will still be creating rumours about me like you do with her.
"There's so many things that we could be putting our effort into, and all of this effort that you're putting into me - a teenager - put it into something.
"Put it into pipelines, put it into protests, just do something."