Paris Jackson Stands Against 'Nazi, White Supremacist Jerks' At VMAs

Angelo Anderson
August 28, 2017

Paris Jackson, the daughter of pop legend Michael Jackson, denounced white supremacy during a speech at the MTV Video Music Awards Sunday before announcing the victor for Best Pop Video.

"You know, if we were all to put our voices together, do you know the difference we could make?"

Sunday night was the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs), and boy, they were a politically-charged event. "If we were to stand up all united as one, our impact it would be 'yuge.' It would be 'yuge.' Believe me, 'yuge.' And that's not fake news", Jackson said. She then called out all the "neo-nazi jerks and white supremacists" all over the world and she was met with cheering and applause.

Jackson was condemning the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, VA that culminated in violence and a terrorist attack when a white supremacist barreled his auto through a group of counter-protestors.

The 19-year-old daughter of Michael Jackson went in while presenting the award for best pop video - kicking off the festivities in truly respectable fashion.

Katy Perry began the ceremony by descending into The Forum arena in a silver space suit, joking that she had left Earth in the wake of a "terrible" 2016.

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