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article imageParis Jackson tweets: If Romney wins she’ll 'Move to Africa'

By Yukio Strachan     Sep 3, 2012 in Entertainment
Paris Jackson, the jewel-eyed daughter of the late Michael Jackson: is just not that into Mitt Romney. She told her Twitter followers that if he wins no one will have to worry about where she wants to live because she'll move — to Africa
ABC news reported that Paris Jackson has an opinion about the upcoming presidential election between President Barack Obama and his challenger, Republican Mitt Romney, tweeting that if Mitt Romney wins, she’s “moving to Africa.”
The late King of Pop's 14-year-old daughter, who is an avid Twitter user, with more than 918,000 followers, on Sunday, took the opportunity to boldly tweet her thoughts on her political views.
“k i hate politics , but at least i care about this country…if Obama wasn’t president , America would be flushed down the toilet#voteobama” Jackson tweeted Sunday morning.
Screenshot via Twitter
“spoke my mind , said my opinions.. don’t reeeallyy care if you disagree with me… #sorrynotsorry #voteobama”
This isn't the first time Paris has spoken out on issues that matter to her. Paris' Twitter account has been closely watched ever since her grandmother and guardian Katherine Jackson went missing earlier this summer without knowledge of her whereabouts, according to CNN.
Her absence, combined with Paris' inability to contact her, led Paris to believe that some of her relatives were conspiring to keep her grandmother away. So she took matters into her own hands in a series of angry Twitter messages, telling her half a million followers: "My grandmother is missing. I haven't spoken to her in a week. I want her home now. If anyone sees my grandmother, please call the authorities."
Her wish was soon granted. Katherine Jackson was simply with her oldest daughter Rebbie in Arizona.
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