Paris Jackson posts never-before-seen footage of her late father

Paris Jackson. (Photo: Getty Images)
Paris Jackson. (Photo: Getty Images)

Eleven years after Michael Jackson’s tragic passing his daughter, Paris Jackson, has shared never-before-seen footage of her late father.

Paris stars in a new Facebook Watch documentary called Unfiltered, which follows her and her boyfriend, Gabriel Glenn, on tour around the United States. The duo are part of a band called Soundflowers.

The recently released trailer of the documentary shows old home videos of Michael with Paris and his eldest son, Michael Joseph Jackson Jr, The Sun reports.

“What does Paris want to be?” Michael asks in the clip.

“I want to do what you do,” a young Paris replies.

“What do I do?” Michael then asks.

“You dance and sing,” she says.

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In the trailer, a young Paris is shown running over to hug her smiling father, who’s wearing his iconic fedora, red shirt, black pants, white socks and black loafers.

The trailer was released days before the 11th anniversary of Michael’s passing in 2009, when Paris was just 11 years old, according to MailOnline.

The now 22-year-old takes some time in the trailer to reflect on fame at such a young age and her desire for privacy.

“You see a kid grow up in the public eye, but you forget I’m human,” she says as images of her running from the paparazzi are shown.

“I was against letting the world in because it wasn’t a choice, I wasn’t ready then. I feel like I’m ready now.”

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In the trailer she also reveals her insecurities about embarking on a music career.

“The whole pressure to follow in my dad’s footsteps, being compared to him and being scrutinized,” she says.

“I will love it if my music connects with someone and helps in some way. “I want to influence self-acceptance and courage.”

Unfiltered: Paris Jackson and Gabriel Glenn is set to premiere on June 30 with new episodes set to be released every Tuesday on Facebook Watch.

Watch the trailer below:

Source: Facebook Watch, The Sun, MailOnline