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The truth about the relationship between Paris Jackson and Macaulay Culkin

Paris Jackson has not had an easy life. She was 11 when her father, Michael Jackson, deceased in 2009. Paris’ relationship with Michael had been close and they shared a strong bond. She has credited her father for grounding her and not raising his children to be the rightful offspring of a superstar. “My dad was really good at making sure we were cultured, making sure we were well educated, and not just showing us the glitz and glamour, like hotel hopping, five star places,” Paris told Naomi Campbell in a interview for ‘No filter’.

After Michael’s death, Paris was forced to live with her super-religious grandparents of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Joe and Kathleen Jackson. Per the guard, Joe had physically and emotionally abused Michael and his siblings. Unsurprisingly, then, Paris’ relationship with her grandparents has been challenging at times. However, when Joe died in 2018, she called him “one of the greatest patriarchs who ever lived” in an Instagram tribute (via Variety

Paris has suffered criticism for her parentage. TMZ reported that Michael was not the biological father to any of his children. She also had to grapple with multiple allegations about the nature of her father’s interactions with minors, including Macaulay Culkin. Michael’s close friendship with the former child star was the subject of tabloid speculation and gossip for years. However, he plays an important role in the Paris support network along with her brothers, Prince Jackson and Bigi Jackson. So, what’s the truth about the relationship between Paris Jackson and Macaulay Culkin?

Paris Jackson and Macaulay Culkin are family

The relationship between Paris Jackson and Macaulay Culkin is a real family. Michael Jackson asked Culkin to become the godfather of Paris when he was 17, a role he has taken very seriously over the years. Culkin is actually the godfather to everyone of Michael’s children, but his bond with Paris seems particularly strong. The actor is fiercely defensive of his goddaughter.

“I’m going to warn you now, I’m very protective of her, so beware,” Culkin replied when asked about Paris during an interview with the “WTF with Marc Maron” podcast† “I’m a very open book when it comes to things, but like her, she’s loved by me.” Both Culkin and Paris have gone through traumatic and challenging times, in addition to the loss of a loved one. Culkin still mourns the tragic death of his sister Dakota, who was killed in a car accident in 2008.

Culkin’s life is nothing like his tumultuous teens and twenties. Per the guard, “Home Alone” made him the most successful child star ever. He was emancipated from his parents at age 14, claiming they were trying to control his $17 million fortune. Culkin shot down reports of an inappropriate relationship with Michael, fiercely defending him in his 2005 molestation trial and continues to do so. He had scrapes with the law and issues with substance abuse. And through it all, he has always been there for Paris. The two even have matching tattoos – and their meaning is cute!

Paris Jackson and Macaulay Culkin’s relationship is sealed in ink

Paris Jackson and Macaulay Culkin’s relationship has been sealed in ink forever after they got matching tattoos in 2017. In a rare interview, the actor opened up about the meaning behind their related skin art. Culkin told Esquire he had passed on his penchant for stealing spoons to Paris by squirming them up his sleeve. He said they regularly traded their snagged swag from all over the world.

When Paris launched her music career and became a public figure, he had passed on some wise words, using spoons as an example. “Don’t forget to be silly, don’t forget to take some of this whole experience with you, and don’t forget to put something up your sleeve,” Culkin told her. Hence the tattoos – Culkin’s one and only, but one of many for Paris.

It seems he is her point of contact for personal and career advice. When Paris was gearing up to audition for one of the “American Horror Story” spin-offs, she turned to her godfather for some insider tips. He was a veteran of the subject as an actor in the original series “American Horror Story”. “He said exaggerating on certain points,” said Paris e! News† “A bit like, overact and a bit theatrical.” It turned out to be even more wise advice from Culkin, when she landed the role of Maya, starring in the two-part premiere. Paris shared that they had swapped blood-soaked selfies from their various “American Horror Story” movie sets.


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