"Ummm, no?? I haven't gone to a clinic," Michael Jackson's 20-year-old daughter wrote on Instagram. "Someone doesn't have to almost die for me to know to be healthy. I've already had friends OD and die. That's enough for me."
The report Jackson was referring to -- a Demi fan account -- claimed she would be "returning to rehab after what happened to Demi Lovato." The article also quoted "a source connected" to Jackson," who allegedly said, "Demi almost died and this served as an alert for Paris to be healthy."
As several news outlets picked up the story, the rumor began to spread on social media.
Actor Damon Gonzalez retweeted BET's story and wrote, "Don't know if this is true, but my girl, Paris Jackson, is going to be alright. If true, I commend her desire for a healthier life. PJ -- [love] you. You got this."
But Jackson did not appreciate the sentiment one bit. "Bruhh, I already made a statement about this," she responded in a tweet. "I haven't gone back to rehab, or to any clinic.. [I don't know] who decided to make this bullshit up for click bait, but it's annoying! I don't need a celebrity's misfortune to make me healthy. I've had enough friends OD to send me that message!"
bruhh i already made a statement about this! i haven't gone back to rehab, or to any clinic.. idk who decided to make this bullshit up for clickbait but it's annoying! i don't need a celebrity's misfortune to make me healthy. i've had enough friends OD to send me that message! https://t.co/6eNtHY0Vvj