Thursday, 27 April, 2017

Janet Jackson Tweet First Photos Of Her Baby Eissa

Janet Jackson, husband split months after baby: reports Janet Jackson first appearance after her break up.. She was shinning from happiness!
Tracy Craig | 16 April, 2017, 02:43

Janet gave birth to her first child - whom she shares with estranged husband Wissam - in January.

Wissam Al Mana posted an adorable message for Janet Jackson on Friday (Photo: Photopunto / Splash News).

We learned it, a week ago, the end of the romance between Janet Jackson and Wissam Al Mana! In April past year she announced that she would be suspending her tour due to her pregnancy.

Ladies and gentlemen, it's time to meet Janet Jackson's baby boy.

"Janet had a stress free healthy delivery and is resting comfortably", the singer's rep said in a statement at the time. "Janet Jackson was getting mad and felt that she was losing her fans".

It's certainly been an eventful year for Janet Jackson. Jackson was raised as a Jehovah's Witness along with her famous brothers in Indiana.

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Jackson then went under the radar, though she was spotted shopping in September and appeared to be pregnant in photos published by "Entertainment Tonight" on the show's website.

A video at the time talked of a "sudden change" to the tour's second leg, but did not say whether she was expecting. In those past three months since giving birth, Jackson has remained secluded in her home in London, according to Mirror.

It was also revealed that there was a clash of culture and religion between Jackson and Al Mana.

A source told People, "The cultural differences between [Janet] and Wissam became even more obvious [after Eissa arrived]". She has great doctors.

"She is totally in love. Working out will come, but she is taking it easy at this time".

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