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The “kids” on Twitter

There are a lot of “Jackson kids” on Twitter, I am talking about every one of them having loads of accounts..

In real I don’t believe they do have Twitters. If they had, it would probably be under another name, so you wouldn’t recognize them, but really I don’t think they have Twitters. These are fakers who want to trick you, get lot’s of followers and feel important for a moment. Most of these accounts fades out, because the person behind it maybe realises, that it is hard work to keep the illusion going.

They use some simple tricks to make it look real.. they follow their “relatives”, but rarely the verified accounts of relatives for obvious reasons. They make an account for each of their siblings, and then they tweet back and forth with these “siblings” to make it look like they know each other. They often protect the account, because it makes it look more real.

And it is being discussed a lot, which one could be real or not. Some of you choose to follow these “kids”, writing sweet messages to them, comforting them or showering them with love. All your intentions are  good, no doubt.

Now ask yourself this question; how does society react to adults writing to children on the internet? Children they don’t know in person, I mean. Then look at some of the messages these kids gets from strangers:

If they were your kids, would you feel comfortable with this?

The same thing goes for YouTube and MySpace and all other social medias on the Internet. These kids are a hit. Like with their father, everybody wants a piece of them.. Maybe become their best friend and confidant. Who knows what that could lead to?

But in all please use the inside of your head. You are being tricked. And you are looking foolish sending them these messages. And should it really happen to be one of them, well isn’t it scary to think of, that they involve themselves with adult strangers just like that?

If you really want to protect these kids, who were sheltered from all publicity up untill June 2009, please leave them alone. Don’t post pictures of them anywhere. You wouldn’t like if strangers did that to your children. Don’t fall for these tricks, it only makes it more fun for those who does it.

If you respect Michael, respect his wish to shelter and protect his children.

And if it really happens to be the real Jackson kids behind the twitter:
How do you think it must be for the Jackson children to have a twitter account, and get messages from adult strangers, using their fathers picture as avatar and having twitter names like mrsjackson or MJswife4life or something corny like that?

Because no matter what, you are still a stranger to them..

  1. elizabeth- cawobeth
    May 14, 2010 at 19:37

    I.m much more concerned about the web-cam vids of the kids.
    OMG, just what I was afraid of. It’s now top MJ google news.


    and check out the long list mext to the vid…
    This is fanhood ?
    Really disgraceful & disrepectful.
    All MJ’s pleas for privacy and “fans”…

    • May 14, 2010 at 19:44

      I so agree with you!! The youtube videos is already covered in another blog on this page, because the real problem is actually all those who agrees that this is wrong, but still they have to watch the videos and maybe even comment on them. This makes it interesting for the YT user to post more videos.

      So STOP watching these videos!! Just by WATCHING you SUPPORT those who post them.

  2. elizabeth- cawobeth
    May 15, 2010 at 16:04

    Apparently, this is being investigated.
    I wouldn’t have thought that posting a comment of disagreement
    condones these vids.

  3. June 5, 2010 at 18:51

    zilda you’re right, the best way to protect the children of Michael is not to look and comment on the video in question … we have yet to invade the privacy of michael and family!

  4. tish
    February 19, 2011 at 15:37

    I agree Michael’s children should be left alone.

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