In case you haven't noticed, Paris Jackson has been everywhere lately.
Paris has covered Rolling Stone and Harper's Bazaar; she's given numerous interviews in the span of a few weeks; and she's been posting non-stop on social media.
It's all a bit strange, as she doesn't appear to have a project to promote or even a clear career path carved out yet.
But for whatever reason, Paris wants all eyes on her these days.
There have even been rumors that she's employed a staff of 20 full-time employees whose sole job is to keep Paris in the spotlight.
Needless to say, the wants to make the leap from famous to mega-famous, and with her resources and last name, she should have no trouble doing exactly that.
Unfortunately, with great fame comes constant trolling, and Paris has admitted to suffering from elf-esteem issues that leave her particularly vulnerable to douchey comments.
Fortunately, it seems her preparations for this new stage in her career included a crash course in casually shutting down online haters:
"Yes you have [put] on a little weight," a random D-bag tweeted to Paris over the weekend.
He made sure to tag her, because what's the point of being needlessly cruel if the person you're being needlessly cruel to doesn't even know it?
Fortunately, Paris was ready for this one, and she brushed the dude off like a boss, responding:
“F--k yeah I have.”
At this point, Paris has built up a pretty devoted fan base on Twitter (We'd say it's sort of weird, what with the her not really demonstrating any talent, but then again, we live in a time in which Kylie Jenner is one of the most famous people on the planet.), and they proved more than ready to rush to her defense:
"I've gained weight too since I was 12," tweeted one fan shared.
“Be proud of your body. You look great!” wrote another.
“I'd sure hope she has put on a little weight. If she were still the same weight that she was as a child I'd be really concerned," a third added.
You get the idea.
Paris isn't putting up with any crap, and neither are her fans.
It's an attitude that will serve her well in her career ... wherever that career may take her.