21
Sep
2017

Janet Jackson’s Husband Wanted “traditional wife who stuck w/ Muslim traditions”

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Janet Jackson's Husband Wanted “traditional wife who stuck w/ Muslim traditions”

Janet Jackson’s Husband Wanted “traditional wife ”

More alleged details about Janet Jackson’s marriage to Qatari business tycoon Wissam Al Mana (42) are surfacing. A source close to the 51-year-old singer says that she

Felt hidden from family and friends. Her life was sheltered.

Janet’s brother, Randy Jackson, alleges she was verbally abused. Another source adds,

Janet felt like a prisoner.

The source says,

Janet was never very maternal before, but that changed with Wissam. He really wanted a baby and she was ready. She realized she found the right guy.

Janet Jackson's Husband Wanted “traditional wife who stuck w/ Muslim traditions”

Janet & Wissam

However, Janet’s husband is said to have desired for,

A traditional wife who stuck with Muslim traditions.

Because of this, she started to wear burkas — full-length, loose-fitting outer garments — and stayed away from her former confidants. The source says,

Janet felt like she couldn’t be herself anymore. Janet felt like her music was suffering and she resented Wissam. She couldn’t settle down and be what he wanted.

Janet Jackson's Husband Wanted “traditional wife who stuck w/ Muslim traditions”

Janet Jackson & son Eissa

Their marriage lasted five years. Their son Eissa was born on January 3, 2017. In April, Jackson’s representative confirmed she and Al Mana had separated. She is currently on her State of the World Tour.

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  • RC

    Didn’t she know about the culture before she took her butt into another country, you can’t go into other countries thinking you can do what you like, rules and laws are different from the USA, and something else, they will lock your butt down if you think otherwise and there’s nothing the USA can do about it..

    • Kay

      It had nothing to do with “other countries”. He’s from London and they lived in London! It’s just as liberal as the US. Sounds like he was just looking for a traditional Muslim wife, and Janet, “Miss Jackson if you’re nasty”, was not that.

      • MsPam

        Just because you live in a liberal country doesn’t mean you give up culture. He’s not from London he moved there live other Muslims.

    • She knew, she used him for his seed.

      • Gerome Wright

        Is there a shortage of seed?

  • She knew that when he married hem, old boy just got used just to get his seed

    • Djphoenix

      As someone stated before. There is no shortage of seed. Why would she marry someone for five years, and pretty much ruin her career for some random guy’s seed? People marry everyday with one vision of marriage only to discover that they can not achieve their vision. Reality is different sometimes thus the need for reality checks. It can happen to anyone.

      • “Why would she marry someone for five years, and pretty much ruin her career for some random guy’s seed? ”
        when you ask that question I was wondering if it was worth my time to further dialog with you however out of respect I will , “random guy seed”, Djphoenix a man/women born into wealth, who run well over a billion dollars empire on three continents, homes on three different continents ain’t just some random guy.

        • Djphoenix

          First, you didn’t have to continue talking to me. I would have been good. This is a forum for all opinions and if you can’t accept or process dessent, then perhaps we shouldn’t be speaking. The fact is, Ms. Jackson is quite wealthy herself, and comes from a well-known wealthy family. She also has access to a lot of rich men. We are not talking about some come up person. Janet is reported to be worth 175 million dollars. At that level, you don’t need to go chasing around some random rich dude for money. You marry money and maintain your wealth. Not, however, at the expense of your career and ability to make money.