The daughter of Michael Jackson couldn't stop herself from replying to the 52-year-old, following the latter's controversial remarks on her daytime programme.
Wendy took issue at the 18-year-old's comments about being a proud black girl in a recent Rolling Stone magazine article.
Paris revealed how her late father and the king of pop sat her down and made it clear she was black, but the radio personality took issue because she doesn't look black.
She said: "I get that she considers herself black and everything, but I'm just talking about the visual because you know… black is not what you call yourself.
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I get that she considers herself black and everything, but I'm just talking about the visual.
"It's what the cops see you when they got steel to your neck on the turnpike… It's what they see."
Paris then took to her Twitter page, telling her 1.27 million followers: "Well, she didn't birth me so…"
She went on to slam Wendy for insisting she was only on the cover of the publication because she was Michael's offspring.
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Wendy Williams said she was only on the cover because of her dad
Wendy said at the time: "She has not made her mark on her own. You cannot be on the cover of one of the most prestigious entertainment and influential magazines in the world and just be the daughter of and tell your story inside."
In response, Paris posted: "She seems to think about the family a lot considering she makes all these claims about us. Why are we on her mind so often?"
Her interview, in which she talks about her upbringing and her dad's 2005 child molestation trial, features in latest issue of Rolling Stone.