Paris Jackson Fears Morbidly Obese Debbie Rowe Will Die Like Her Dad, Michael Jackson, If She Doesn’t Lose Weight (PHOTOS)

Paris Jackson Fears Morbidly Obese Debbie Rowe Will Die Like Her Dad, Michael Jackson, If She Doesn't Lose Weight (PHOTOS)

Paris Jackson has already lost one parent and she isn’t looking to bury another any time soon and so the fact that her mother, Debbie Rowe is currently tipping the scales at about 300 pounds is of serious concern. Debbie has apparently doubled her weight since divorcing Michael Jackson and in spite of living on a horse ranch she is pretty sedentary. According to the July 14th print edition of The National Enquirer Paris is planning on helping her mother to change her lifestyle.

Sources say that the teen will likely be spending most of the summer at Debbie’s home outside of L.A. And she is devising a plan to get her mom up and moving. She also has picked out a particular diet and has been researching healthy recipes to make for Debbie. It sounds like it’s going to be an uphill battle though because Debbie is a huge fan of heaping plates filled with comfort food and she loathes any type of work out.

It makes sense that Paris is concerned about Debbie. She has had a really rough time dealing with the loss of her father and still struggles even five years after the fact. Of course she is ready to jump through hoops to make sure that her mother stays around for a longtime. Do you think that Debbie will do what is necessary to lose some of the weight.  Apparently Paris is trying to use Debbie’s upcoming wedding as motivation to whip herself back into great shape. Do you think that it’ll work? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!

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  • JB

    Of course. Paris got this

  • totally1

    nothing paris can do or say if debbie doesnt have the motivation to change her health habits.

  • Laura Smith

    I really hope she does it, I know from personal experience that doen in the right way you can lose weight dramatically. I lost 40lbs in the last 6 months after following a program through which focuses on the two things we know are good for us: a healthy BALANCED diet combined with a cardio regime. It really is that simple. There is no need
    to over-complicate things and it is not rocket-science.
    I’m glad to see they are not following some ridiculous fad diet and doing things the right ay instead.

  • lottie

    i feel that this is just a real straight rumour just to get the audience to read their rubbish stuff to get their blogs going, etc. i don’t believe paris would try and change debbie completely judging by her previous tweets about people who thought she was changing and everything. but whether or not this is true, i believe paris would encourage debbie to try and get in a healthy habit but IDK. that’s just me..