Paris Jackson got down on her hands and knees to clean up graffiti after someone defaced her father's name by spray-painting over Michael Jackson's Hollywood star recently.
A photo of the activist scrubbing red paint that was covering the star on Hollywood Walk of Fame spread on social media, Billboard magazine noted.
Editor-in-Chief of Tings Magazine, Vas J Morgan, praised the effort.
"Your actions today brought me genuine tears of pride of your bravery and strength," Morgan posted to Twitter, adding that he was angered by the "disrespectful idiots that would dare deface anything to do with such an icon."
The star was not that of the King of Pop but another Michael Jackson who reportedly worked in radio, People magazine noted.
Paris Jackson referenced the difference in a post on Instagram, saying, "I understand that there is a difference between the radio emblem and the record, but a name is a name."
Paris Jackson detailed the situation in a Twitter reply to Morgan, explaining how she was visiting a friend who lived nearby when she was informed of the graffiti. She marched over the nearest Walgreens, purchased some acetone and immediately went about cleaning the star.
"It’s not his actual star but hey that’s still his name," she said.
Paris Jackson is vocal when it comes to defending her father's name.
She previously spoke out against the series "Urban Myths," stating that it was an insult to have white actor Joseph Fiennes play her father.
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