Janet Jackson splits from husband months after birth of son
13 April, 2017, 02:15 | Author: Kristopher Anderson
Although Jackson, 50, and the Qatari businessman have made a decision to end their marriage, the source said the pair will raise their son together.
They also alleged that he demanded she ditch revealing outfits on her concert tour in 2014, and provocative dancing in music videos.
Meanwhile, sources close to Janet and Wissam - who married in 2012 - have toldABC News that the pair are "separating but not divorcing". He may be thinking "cheaper to keep her" right about now, though.
The postponement of the singer's 36-stadium Unbreakable world tour had been attributed by some commentators to contentment with her marriage and new baby.
As for the future of little Eissa, only three months old, everything is already settled: he will live with his mother in London, where she already lives today. 'She was anxious about her mother - and Wissam showed little to no concern'.
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Sharp-eyed fans spotted the singer without a wedding ring within days of their son's birth, but speculation was to the state of the couple's marriage was discounted at the time.
Jackson, 50, is worth an estimated $175 million, while her estranged husband, 42, has an estimated net worth of $1 billion.
As previously reported, this will be Jackson's third divorce - her first being with singer James DeBarge in 1984 and her second with a Mexican back-up dancer, Rene Elizondo in 1991.
Clap ending for the love story between Janet Jackson and Wissam Al Mana.
Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Janet for comment.
Just two months ago, Janet's older brothers Tito and Jackie Jackson appeared on Good Morning Britain to talk about their adorable new nephew.
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