Michael Jackson's Daughter Says Joseph Fiennes's Portrayal of Her Father "Makes Me Want to Vomit"

Michael Jackson's Daughter Says Joseph Fiennes's Portrayal of Her Father "Makes Me Want to Vomit"
Yesterday (January 11), we got our first look at Joseph Fiennes's portrayal of Michael Jackson in the upcoming Sky Arts series Urban Myths. Following criticism for the whitewashed casting decision, Jackson's own daughter has now voiced her disapproval of the show, calling it "incredibly offensive."
 
As previously reported, the satirical series tells "true…ish stories" of historical figures, and Jackson's character appears in an episode titled "Elizabeth, Michael & Marlon," depicting a post-9/11 roadtrip allegedly taken by Jackson, Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando.
 
A Jackson-themed podcast reached out to the late singer's daughter, Paris Jackson, on Twitter, asking for her thoughts on Fiennes's portrayal of her father and she responded: "I'm so incredibly offended by it, as I'm sure plenty of people are as well, and it honestly makes me want to vomit."

She went on to claim that the show was intentionally "insulting," to both Jackson and Taylor (her late godmother), ultimately deeming it a "shameful portrayal."
 
Watch a clip from the controversial performance in the aforementioned trailer below.