As the world continues to honor the late King of Pop on his 59th birthday - which would have been today, August 29 - one tribute in particular has stolen the show.
When this is not a message or a tattoo (like its big brother, Prince, 20 years - it also has a little brother, Blanket, 15 years), it is a photo with a text that the young Paris Jackson reveals in tributes very regular rendered to her father that she loved so much. She added in another: "Oh he'd be disappointed in me? for my activism n positive messages? hunty you da one nonstop saying the most vile, hateful, f-- up things".
She replied in a second post: "Oh he'd be disappointed in me?"
But it's Paris's emotional and heartfelt caption alongside the picture that has everyone talking. Though I am not you, and you are not me, I know with all of my being that we are one. "I consider myself black".
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Slovenia's Prime Minister Miro Cerar last week warned that the process will "definitely" take more time than expected. Mr Barnier added: "To be honest, I'm concerned, time passes quickly".
It should be noted that Paris made headlines at the 2017 Video Music Awards with a powerful political speech, one she said her father would be proud of.
'If we were to all stand up united as one, our impact, it would be huge.
While on stage, the political activist urged viewers to rise against "Nazi white supremacist jerks" following the Charlottesville violence.
"We have zero resistance for their viciousness, their disdain and their segregation", she stated, calling for solidarity.
The 50-year-old musical superstar died in 2009, just as he was preparing for what would be a series of 50 concerts starting July 13 at London's famed 02 Arena.