The 20-year-old, who is the only daughter of late music icon Michael Jackson, revealed to fans in a video posted to her Instagram Stories on Saturday that she had undergone the procedure to remove an abscess "that was nearly the size of a golf ball".
According to the daughter of the late King Of Pop, Michael Jackson, she had "an abscess that was nearly the size of a golf ball". She went on to explain to her followers that if an abscess pops, "you can go septic and die".
She said: "F***. i can't believe my grandma made it to our second live show ever. and she actually liked it!?!"
"They operated immediately", Jackson continued.
Paris said that it was easily "the most pain" she has ever endured in the entirety of her life.
She later apologized if she didn't seem quite like herself. "Also, sorry if I sound weird, I'm on a lot of meds right now to kind of get me through the pain of the procedure".
Despite the medical emergency, Jackson still managed to perform Saturday with the band she founded in May, The Soundflowers, at the Canyon Sessions' fundraiser in Los Angeles. The US National Library of Medicine describes an abscess as a "pocket of puss" that can rear its ugly head almost anywhere on the human body.
"I can't believe my grandma made it to our second live show ever. and she actually liked it!?! i was s-ing my trousers", she wrote.
In other photos posted to the 'Gram, Paris held her grandmother's hand and kissed her cheek, pushing her forehead up against hers. "And, I don't know, that means the world to me". - 16, after Michael's death in 2009.
Paris Jackson posts to her band's Instagram [The Soundflowers] account to reveal she had an abscess nearly the size of a golf ball removed on Friday, August 10, 2018. Katherine Jackson, matriarch of the Jackson clan, was in attendance while granddaughter Paris crooned to raise money to fight cancer.