Paris Jackson Celebrates Turning 21 By Smoking A ‘Birthday Doobie’!
Paris Jackson‘s birthday celebration is going up in smokes!
On Wednesday, Michael Jackson‘s daughter turned 21, and went on Instagram Story to blaze through a “birthday doobie”!
A “doobie” is a slang term commonly used to refer to a marijuana cigarette, AKA a joint. In 2018, the state of California legalized marijuana for recreational use for adults aged 18 and older.
As seen (above), the media personality added the quote:
“Birthdays are good for you: Statistics show that the people who have the most live the longest.”
In the clip, Jackson turned the camera to face boyfriend Gabriel Glen, leaning in to give him a kiss.
Last month, the model posted a video of herself on social media taking huge rips from a glass water pipe.
As we reported in March, she denied attempting suicide after TMZ reported otherwise, with the outlet claiming she was taken to the hospital and placed on a 5150 hold.
According to DailyMail.com, sources said Paris went to the ER after she reportedly accidentally cut her arm with kitchen scissors during an “out of control” night of partying.
The insider explained:
“Paris was partying really hard that night – but that’s nothing unusual for her. It turned into a pretty crazy night and she had been acting a little out of control. But she says she accidentally cut her arm with kitchen scissors and it wasn’t a suicide attempt. Her friends tried to help but they couldn’t stop the blood so they called 911.”
At the hospital, Jackson reportedly “continued acting wildly,” which promoted doctors “to keep her in for observation for at least three days.”
However, “her people intervened and promised to get her into rehab instead so she was released.”
But, Paris “believes she is fine – and doesn’t think she needs rehab and now [that] she’s 21 it’s her decision whether to go or not.”
On the contrary, Los Angeles police confirmed they attended an attempted suicide call at Paris’ house. Additionally, a 911 dispatch call revealed how officers went to the residence to deal with a “psychiatric incident.”
Despite this, her friends told the publication they do NOT believe she is suicidal, and that the call was misconstrued.
The source explained:
“The problem with Paris is that the way she has been brought up makes her very mysterious even to close friends who speak to her every day. She lives by this mantra that her dad told her which is ‘truth is fantasy and fantasy is truth.’ Michael always told her to keep things private and keep people guessing… So she has intentionally not been clear about what happened on the night. But nobody in her inner circle is worried that she is suicidal – they all think this is typical Paris just partying a little too hard.’”
While pals “were concerned when they saw the blood everywhere because she has had issues in the past,” they “now believe her that it wasn’t a suicide attempt.”
In regards to how Paris is reacting to Leaving Neverland — the documentary where accusers (Wade Robson and James Safechuck) detail the alleged abuse they suffered at Michael’s hands — the insider said:
“Of course she is upset about the allegations against her dad – and everyone being up in her business – but not suicidal… Some of her friends would like to see her go to rehab because they think the whole incident was a cry for help and they just want her to get any help she might need. But they are confident that she’ll be okay.”
Last month, a TMZ source said Paris “in a much better head space” following her reported health scare, and she has been spending time with (and taking advice from) people “who genuinely care about her.”
Speaking of which, she has been in “regular communication” with her younger brothers — including Blanket — as well as longtime family friend Macaulay Culkin.
[Image via Paris Jackson/Instagram.]