Paris Jackson, Michael

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You don't want to be starting something with Paris Jackson.

The 13-year-old took to Twitter Wednesday to slam a report suggesting that a Michael Jackson impersonator, rather than her father himself, sang on one of the tracks from the King of Pop's 2010 posthumous album, Michael.

"People should know by now not to believe the media when it comes down to TMZ talking about my family," Paris tweeted Wednesday. "#HoldMyHad (sic) is my dad actually singing."

The teen was referring to a report claiming that Paris had told friends in a video chat that "Hold My Hand," one of the songs from the album, used an MJ sound-alike.

She also used the social networking site to wish Ke$ha and Justin Bieber a happy birthday.

And once again proving her loyalty, Paris stood up for the Biebs. "everyone needs 2 stop hating. its Justins birthday," she wrote. "i think mayb its cuz theyre jealous of how luvd/talented he is…happy bday @justinbieber."

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