Celebs have rushed to comfort Michael Jackson's daughter Paris after she uploaded a picture of her cleaning graffiti off what she thought was her father's Hollywood star.
"Some people have no f**king respect," she captioned the photo.
As it turns out, the star wasn't her father's - it belongs to a radio host of the same name, and bears a microphone symbol instead of a vinyl record. But the daughter of the music legend was still hurt.
"I understand that there is a difference between the radio emblem and the record, but a name is a name," she added.
Famous friends and admirers of Paris came out in droves to send messages of solidarity, including Diplo, Taylor Lautner and Sofia Richie.
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Socialite Paris Hilton and Stranger Things actress Millie Bobby Brown both wrote simply "love you", while other celebrities sent love heart emojis.
Actress and singer Bella Thorne also commiserated with Paris, commenting, "This makes me really sad, sorry P."
The 20-year-old Paris took to Twitter to explain the situation further. "I think it was probably just some young kids f**ing around," she wrote.
"But to me a name is a name and I couldn't just hear about it and not go see it for myself."
Earlier this week the King of Pop's daughter captioned an image of her late father, "my one source of strength. The only thing keeping me going. My love, my light, my archangel."