Janet Jackson Splits From Billionaire Husband 3 Months After Giving Birth To First Child

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Janet Jackson Splits From Billionaire Husband 3 Months After Giving Birth To First Child

Pop Star, Janet Jackson, and her Qatari billionaire, Wissam Al Mana, have reportedly called it quits barely three months after giving birth to their first child.

The legendary singer, who is the youngest sibling of late pop superstar Michael Jackson, split from her husband, after five years of marriage, Page Six reports.

Jackson and Al Mana, who have kept most of their romance hidden in privacy while splitting their time between Dubai and Qatar, famously met in 2010 at a hotel opening.

The 50-year-old legendary singer, who was previously married to James DeBarge and René Elizondo, Jr., quietly married the Qatari businessman in 2012.

On January 3, 2017, the couple welcomed son Eissa, now 3 months.

“Sadly, Janet and Wissam have decided that it wasn’t working and to go their separate ways,” a source told Mail on Sunday, who was the first to report the breakup news.

“They’re both busy people but determined to be good parents, even if they’re apart.

“It’s amicable and Eissa will stay with his mother, who is basing herself in London.”

A source had told E! News exclusively at the time of her newborn’s birth that:

“Janet and her baby are doing well. She has hired help at home and her husband been with her through it all. It was a difficult pregnancy but she is very blessed and has a healthy baby. She has great doctors. A select few have seen her baby. She is so excited to be a mom.”

Jackson was previously married to R&B singer James DeBarge between 1984-1985, and again to professional dancer René Elizondo Jr. from 1991-2000.



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