Paris Jackson turned 21 on Wednesday, kicking things off with a little "birthday doobie"

By Maria Pasquini
April 03, 2019 02:35 PM

Paris Jackson kicked off her birthday celebrations with a little herbal refreshment.

Shortly after turning 21 on Wednesday, the model and musician shared a video of herself smoking a “birthday doobie” on her Instagram Story.

“Birthdays are good for you: Statistics show that the people who have the most live the longest,” she playfully wrote alongside the short clip, which showed the daughter of the late Michael Jackson smoking with some pals.

At the very end of the clip, she turned the camera to face boyfriend Gabriel Glen, leaning in to give him a smooch.

Adding just a little extra love to the low-key celebration, Jackson added several animated heart stickers to the clip.

Paris Jackson
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The affectionate pair were also seen stocking up on groceries for her birthday celebration.

Paris Jackson and Gabriel Glen.
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Jackson also retweeted a message from her family Wednesday, writing “Thank you I love you guys!!” in response to a photo of her as a child with her late father.

Shortly before her big day, Jackson showed off her own musical prowess on Saturday night, performing alongside Glenn as part of their Soundflowers duo.

In a sweet show of support, Jackson’s mom Debbie Rowe and older brother Prince Jackson showed up for the show, as did her friend (and godfather) Macaulay Culkin, who also brought along girlfriend Brenda Song.

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Jackson smooched Rowe, 60, in one sweet snapshot she shared online, captioning the shot, “Mom” and adding a red heart emoji.

Paris Jackson and Debbie Rowe
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Paris Jackson
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The show came exactly two weeks after TMZ reported that Jackson was placed on a 5150 hold following a hospitalization for a suicide attempt. (Police, social workers and other mental health professionals have the authority to use a 5150 hold if a person is considered a danger to themselves or others or is gravely disabled.)

“At about 7:28 a.m., officers responded to the 7200 block of Hillside for an ambulance attempt suicide. The victim was transported to a local hospital,” Tony Im, a public information officer with the Los Angeles Police Department, told PEOPLE at the time.

Following the alleged incident, a source told PEOPLE Jackson was “doing fine,” explaining, “Paris had an accident this morning that required medical treatment. She is currently resting at home and doing fine.”

Reps for the singer and model and the Jackson Estate could not be reached immediately for comment, but Jackson slammed TMZ’s report via Twitter, writing, “F— you you f— liars.”

In response to a since-deleted tweet from Bethenny Frankel about the report, Jackson wrote, “Lies lies lies omg and more lies.” In another tweet, she posted wary emoji faces. (Both tweets have also since been deleted.)

Three days later, Jackson shared another tweet addressing the reports, claiming that false stories followed her restrained response to the bombshell Leaving Neverland documentary about her late father.

“They didn’t get the crazy reaction they wanted from the doc, and a chill, mellow reaction doesn’t sell stories so why not lie and create a story that does sell? Pathetic,” she wrote.