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Janet Jackson is just about ready to end her maternity leave.
Despite her newly minted single status and role as mother to a baby boy, the Rhythm Nation singer is apparently eager to head back to work. We're sure Live Nation is happy to hear it!
In case you forgot, back in 2016, Michael Jackson's sister called off her Unbreakable World Tour in order to start a family with (soon-to-be ex) husband Wissam Al Mana. This upset many fans as they haven't been refunded for the postponed shows as the tour was "rescheduled" and not "canceled." One fan even SUED Live Nation over this drama.
But fans may not have to wait too much longer to see the music icon live in concert as a source close to Janet revealed to People:
Janet Jackson fans are PISSED at Live Nation!
In case you forgot, back in 2016, the Rhythm Nation singer called off her Unbreakable World Tour in order to start a family with (soon-to-be ex) husband Wissam Al Mana. However, Live Nation hasn't refunded all those Jackson fans who purchased tickets to the tour as they're defending it's only "rescheduled" and not "canceled."
But since the 50-year-old new mom has postponed her world tour THREE times already, one fan is done waiting around for her money. According to TMZ, a woman named Tiana Adams filed a class action lawsuit against the ticketing company.
Miz Adams attests she should get her money back since Janet has yet to specify when exactly she'll be on the road again. Last time we checked, it was believed Michael Jackson's sister will begin touring some time this year. Yeah, that's too vague — even for us!
In fact, we bet other fans will follow Adams' lead and sue Live Nation too. Eek.
What do YOU think? Should Janet's fans get a refund?
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[Image via Instagram.]
He's freakin' adorable!!!
The Rhythm Nation singer posted the (above) pic and added the caption:
"My baby and me after nap time."
As we reported, the 50-year-old and husband Wissam Al Mana broke up shortly after their bundle of joy's birth on January 3rd. According to sources, the couple grew apart due to cultural differences.
We think Eissa is a total cutie pie, and we can't wait to see more pics of him!
[Image via Janet Jackson/Twitter.]
Wissam Al Mana is definitely sending someone a message!
Following news of his split from Janet Jackson, the businessman updated his personal website to share a poignant passage from the Quran. And by the sound of it, the new dad is looking to his religion amid this difficult time.
The quote read:
Thinking about her littlest sib!
Paris Jackson is reportedly super worried that her younger brother Blanket Jackson is essentially living on his own in their grandmother Katherine's Calabasas home.
Sources close to the family tell TMZ that the 18-year-old is particularly upset with her aunt Rebbie, who she believes is intentionally keeping her grandma away from her and her siblings.
Complicating matters is the fact that Katherine was in London with Janet Jackson for two months, and still has not returned to her home, choosing to stay with Rebbie after her return to Los Angeles.
This essentially leaves 15-year-old Blanket unsupervised, except for occasional visits from uncle TJ Jackson and his wife, which is making Paris very concerned.
What's more, Paris believes some of her aunts and uncles are keeping her grandmother from speaking with her and her siblings. Sources say Katherine hasn't been in touch with any of them since her return to LA, and Paris believes the rest of the family is attempting to control the matriarch for financial gain.
There is some good news, however, as insiders also tell TMZ that Blanket is getting straight A's at his private school and doing a lot of socializing.
Good on Paris for looking out for her little bro! Here's hoping the adults in her family get their shit together!
[Image via WENN.]
New information is coming out regarding Janet Jackson and Wissam Al Mana's separation.
Apparently the two split up shortly after their baby son Eissa's birth back in January, and had been living separate lives for quite some time.
A source speaking with People said: