Janet Jackson Is Married

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Janet Jackson just married billionaire Wissam Al Mana.


Despite the alleged hold-up for their blissful day last year, Janet and Wissam have confirmed that they proceeded with the wedding. “The rumors regarding an extravagant wedding are simply not true,” they told ETOnline, which broke the official wedding news. “Last year we were married in a quiet, private, and beautiful ceremony.” The couple adds, “Our wedding gifts to one another were contributions to our respective favourite children’s charities.”

We would appreciate that our privacy is respected and that we are allowed this time for celebration and joy,” the two said in their statement, signing off, “With love, Wissam and Janet

The couple was initially slated to wed on New Year’s Eve; however, pre-nup terms by Al Mana’s attorneys were still underway to protect his wealth, so the wedding was postponed until spring 2013, according to mainstream media outlets. It was also alleged that 37-year-old Al Mana became impatient with the pre-nup terms and allegedly wrote an agreement stating a payout of $500 million if he and Janet split after a five-year marriage.

Of course, Janet isn’t starving for cash. According to Celebrity Networth, the youngest Jackson singer is worth an estimated $150 million, but we’re sure she’ll enjoy an extra $850 million acquired from her husband’s fortune. And although most couples don’t anticipate a divorce at the time of marriage, we’re sure she’ll be able to afford therapy to get over the relationship with an extra $500 million in her pocket. The couple seems to be very much into one another. Twice married Janet told Harper’s Bazaar in the November 2012 issue that she and Al Mana have a “deep connection.”

This is Janet’s third marriage and Wissam’s first. Congratulations!


  1. Nubiana Love

    February 25, 2013 at 3:25 pm

    I’m so happy for her. I bet she is too…..Go Janet!!!!

  2. Daryel

    February 25, 2013 at 3:42 pm

    Just wishing both of them much happiness.

  3. Rasheedah Ali

    February 25, 2013 at 4:30 pm

    I hope this marraige will last and give her stability as a person. She has had some bumpy relationships, whether it was her fault or not, again I hope this will last and if she chooses to follow in his religious beliefs it will give her peace. I also hope he will adhere to his religious beliefs as nothing binds a relationship like the love for God first.

    • maxine williams

      February 25, 2013 at 7:30 pm

      I wish Janet all the happiness, she deserves. Most couples with wealth are doing pre-nups,something they both agree to before getting married.
      I say , maybe if pre-wedding vows are really taken seriously, then there would be less divorces;but money is what it is.
      Much Love and Peace to both of them.

  4. AquaBlu

    February 25, 2013 at 5:07 pm

    Just goes to show you how much time some people have on their hands. Don’t give me it’s my job crap, No it’s not your job. ” Your job is to CELEBRATE and Don’t Hate.”

    Why entertain the negative anticipating the worse and how much richer She’ll be after a divorce. Is that what happen to you? But I guess we’ll never know because ” Who Are U? ” Case and point” A Nobody. Stop with the jealousy already.Like Mama said: If you can’t say anything GOOD about someone Don’t say Nothing! Shame on you,

    I would think you knew better. Infact: I decree and declare Janet and her husband marriage last forever God bless their marriage and may all that oppose and are envious of them be miserable for the rest of their lives AMEN! Thank God she’s not like most of you loose women. Like Neyo says: I” I love her cause She got Her own” Which a hell of a lot more than you can say. You’re beginning to sound like Boy Boyce. OMG

  5. Toni

    February 25, 2013 at 5:13 pm

    WOW!!!! Handsome & Rich…what a combination….I am happy for the two of them. I hope they have great happiness and the rist of their lives together.

  6. vinbrown

    February 25, 2013 at 5:24 pm

    Just another confused Jackson . Let’s see Michael of course was one of the greatest , but tried his best to not look Black and not look manly , and appeared to be stuck in childhood . Mike was also O J like in that he distanced himself from African Americans in his personal life and business life giving white woman his name in marriage, and bringing the whitest looking kids into the world either through adoption , or some other strange means .

    La Toya takes second prize for weirdness manipulating a public marriage to a white man who looked like her dad posing that beautiful body wrapped in a gigantic snake , and delivering some of the weirdest conversation we have ever heard , and now Janet continues her fondness for all males who are not African American ( her relationship with that Black Producer was so out of character for her it seemed strange .

    • Ruby from NJ

      February 26, 2013 at 5:13 pm

      vinbrown, you are so uninformed. Michael Jackson did not “try to not look black.” He suffered from a skin condition called vitiligo, in which the skin loses melanin. After i learned that, I wondered if he started wearing gloves because he had lost skin color on his hands. I have a relative who suffered from this condition. I have seen a Latina and a white man who had vitiligo. Mr. uninformed, what would you say about albino people who have lost all the melanin from their skin, so that thet are literally white? Read more, please.

      • vinbrown

        February 26, 2013 at 6:11 pm

        Ruby I use these blogs to express my opinion and usually avoid commenting on others , but since you choose to question what I have said and call me uniformed let me point out that by choosing to deny that which should be obvious to “Stevie Wonder even ” ( that Michael Jackson has done many things that indicate his distaste for his African Identity and community and his fondness for ” whiteness” you are showing yourself to be just another fan worshiper too blinded by the light to see the truth .

        Not once did I mention vitiligo for whether true , or not is not needed to go on top of a mountain of evidence that prove my point .

    • me112233

      February 27, 2013 at 11:14 am

      Gotta love it. Another prominent black celeb who marries a white person. FYI, 100% of Tiger Wood’s concubines were white. ALL of them. Now tell me, who’s the racist?

  7. vinbrown

    February 25, 2013 at 5:33 pm

    Just Another Confused Jackson Part Two :

    I have always found it inappropriate for fans of an Artist to rave about them in a personal way since they have no idea whatsoever what type of person this celebrity is and as far as they know could be despicable , inhumane , and down right nasty .

    Moreover , for African Americans to ignore the terrible message that so many famous and or rich Blacks have always sent with that “we only date, marry, and or associate with Whites , or non Blacks ” ignores the deep seated dislike for our own skin ,African Characteristics ,and African American Culture that has been problematic in our Community since Slavery .

    • RAN

      February 25, 2013 at 7:41 pm

      If I’m not mistaken, Janet’s first boyfriend was Todd Bridges (off the set of Diffrent Strokes). Janet’s first husband was Black. And she was married to her Latino husband for 9 years. I can’t remember who, if anybody, she supposedly dated between the two. After her second marriage failed she entered into a relationship with Jermaine (Dupri, not Jackson) and they were together for quite a few years. I can’t recall her being linked to anyone after JD except this guy. I don’t think your “only date, marry, and or associate with Whites , or non Blacks” pattern applies to her.

      And if fans thinking highly of Janet, or any other celebrity, without knowing them personally is inappropriate, it would stand to reason that saying negative things without knowing them personally is equally as inappropriate. I wish her happiness as I hope she deserves it.

      • vinbrown

        February 25, 2013 at 10:58 pm

        You are welcome to your opinion and I care not that you disagree . The fact that you know so much about her life suggests you may spend too much time in mindless interests like what celebrities are doing .

        Since again she has not married a Black person she too is joining the long historical list of Black Celebrities whose relationship choices question their love for themselves and their race .

        Perhaps you are ignorant of African American and American History , or perhaps you are not Black , or perhaps you are just ignorant of the deep psychological damage the Black Community still struggles with .

        • RAN

          February 26, 2013 at 12:15 pm

          I’m young enough to have spent my youth concerned about celebrities and what they were doing, including Janet. It has no bearing on my life at 30, so nice try at assuming what my life is like today. In addition to that, FYI, I am Black and once again must debunk your assumption regarding how I feel about interracial relationships. My personal feelings on interracial relationships is that everyone should date within their race. I have never- and will never- date outside of mine. However, I think at the end of the day who people get with is between themselves and God. Janet is not me, she did not marry me. She’s not my daughter so the decisions she make in her love life are not of a big concern to me. Happiness is sometimes hard to find in this world so if she finds it with this dude, more power to her.

          I am very knowledgeable about my history and very concerned with my community, as my posts on this site will attest too. Perhaps it is you who should spend less time concerned with celebrities as you took the time to comment on something that really has no direct effect on our community and then took the time to get in a few immature digs at me when I disagreed. Not a sign of maturity. And one final note, because based on your rebuttal you seem to have missed this point or lack comprehension skills: her first husband was Black.

          • vinbrown

            February 26, 2013 at 6:42 pm

            Ran it was you who choose to disagree with my post rather than just express your own opinion and you continue to misunderstand what I have written again perhaps too much time spent worshiping people you don’t know . I don’t know Janet Jackson and care not about who she marries , dates , or hangs out with , and of course have no problem with the individual choices people make .

            My problem is the Macro not the Micro . The preponderance of evidence not the individual act . The fact that historically the Black Community has a high percentage of our celebrities who appear to prefer to date , associate mostly with , or marry white people and to a larger extent Blacks who look so light they might as well be white . Just recently the engagement of Michael Jordan and the divorce of Ahmad Rashad simply reminded me that many in our community remain color struck and that this tendency among the Black rich or famous , or both has not changed and may in fact have accelerated .

            Although individuals are free to make choices Famous people like Janet Jackson influence a lot of people and opinion , so therefore her visible actions carry more weight and combined with the current examples and the countless historical ones can have serve to perpetuate the negative stereotypes that remain perpetrated by American Society in just about every way possible .

            This is the problem I have .I could care less if Janet Jackson Marries Rush Limbaugh .

          • Jalen

            February 27, 2013 at 3:34 pm


            Sorry, but I wholeheartedly agree with vinbrown on this issue and believe that just about the whole Jackson clan has/had some very real problems with being black although they seem to have no problem “finding their blackness” when they want/needed sympathy, support or to call out the media for any perceived racial bias that affects/affected the family’s bottom line or kept them out of prison or some kind of other quagmire!!

            As much as I love the Jackson Five and Michael, I find it baffling that a celebrity who was “born and made” in the black community chose to not only not have any known or noted romantic relationships with black women but chose to pay a white surrogate to have “his children” that appear “so white” or nonblack that it is hard to imagine that they have any “black”, at least, in their immediate gene pool!! And, although many beg to differ on the matter, I think that speaks volumes about how MJ really felt about himself, personally, as a black man.

            As for Janet, she may have had a teenage crush on Todd Bridges but she has only had one public or acknowledged relationship as an adult with a black man — and, that was Jermaine Dupree. She secretly wed James Debarge and, as you probably know, he is the progeny of a black mother and a white father. She also secretly wed Rene Elizondo (not sure about spelling) and he was Hispanic and now she weds another guy, a billionaire, who is not black either. So, it seems that when it comes to marriage, she is VERY WILLING and OPEN to marrying someone outside of her race and they all have similar facial features.

            IMHO, there are far too many black celebrities in entertainment and sports and even corporate America who seem to have a preference for women (or men) outside of their race or those within the race who “could almost pass back in the day” or “look like they might be mixed with something else.”

            Some people attribute this “preference” to the fact that they are traveling in social circles that have few people of their race or that because of their status, the world is “their candy store”, so to speak, and because they have so many flavors to choose from, they sample all that is available to them.

            I don’t really buy any of the aforementioned theories and submit that they should either “diversify” their social circle to include women (or men) of their own race that, in many instances, they had previously used to find mates and relationships before they “became somebody” or “sample” the rich and varied “flavors” of black women and men who are not monolithic and hail from various cultures within our community and who are intelligent, successful and offer unique and interesting perspectives about black life that can be rewarding and enriching if one is open to these possibilities.

            I also agree that there is a historic connection to the reason that some of us turn away from our own. We have been taught to hate ourselves because of the degree of melanin in our skin and because we were pitted against each other by our oppressors in this country and EVEN WITHIN OUR OWN COMMUNITIES where light with European phenotypes and straight, wavy or naturally curly hair was preferred and given preferential treatment over those who were not in possession of those “goodies.”

            Although, we think that we have evolved and are past those superficialities, we are lying to ourselves because many of us still apply this “ litmus test of desirability” when choosing a mate. This is deeply ingrained in the black psyche and culture and is further promulgated and exacerbated by the preferential treatment still accorded to those of us who look like the Beyonce’s, Alicia Key’s and Mariah Carey’s of the world. Of course, there are exceptions, but by and large, women who have been “blessed” (as some people believe) with these features tend to do much better whether talented (or not) in the mainstream world and with the mainstream media.

            Lastly, there are huge costs to the black community when our celebrities and leaders that many of our youth look up to and try to emulate, choose to pick mates from other racial and ethnic groups and even denigrate and shun their own. What kind of message or example is that for our young?

            Is the correct message we want to send is that being rich, successful and celebrated means that you must have someone other than your own kind on your arm to feel good about yourself? I think not.

            Yes, it is an individual’s prerogative to choose a mate and, in an ideal world, it should not matter to me or you, one way or the other. But, this is not and will never be an ideal world and the choices that we make as black people have an impact on the collective black community and the stereotypes attributed to us in the mainstream community.

            We are just beginning to see an increase in interracial dating and marriage. It remains to be seen what the “black community” will look like in years and generations to come if this trend continues. Will we end up with a new racial caste system similar to India (not sure if this is still the case there and we sort of had our very own although more entrenched back in the day) where the darkest are not only at the bottom but others are empowered to mistreat or encouraged to “breed out” of the system so as to not create an “untouchable?”

            Do we really think that in a racist system where no matter how much we tout the fact that the US is moving toward a population where so-called minorities will be the majority, interracial relationships will “free us” from our racial and ethnic biases?

            I am more than a bit skeptical considering the fact that many immigrants from Mexico, Central and South America, Asia and even Africa including North Africa and the Middle East (who consider themselves “white”) are not exactly “in love” with the average American black person so the jury is still out on them forming some kind of “super coalition” with us. Many of them are just as racist and prejudice towards us as some whites in this country!! And, some of us are not too fond of them and are suspicious of them for that very same reason and others too numerous to mention here!!!

            To sum it all up, if some see interracial dating and marriage as some kind of “We Are The World – Kumbaya – Panacea” where we will all come together as one and our individual differences will be celebrated, then I think that, sadly, they will be very disappointed and ultimately disillusioned!!

        • RAN

          February 26, 2013 at 8:31 pm

          Vin, for some reason the reply “button” was missing from your last response so in the event of confusion about which post I am referring to, it’s the last one.

          I disagreed with your post regarding Janet’s dating/marriage habits, not your stance on interracial relationships. Had you simply stated your opinion regarding those kinds of relationships I wouldn’t have responded at all, except maybe to cosign what you said…depending on how you said it. My issue was that you failed to overlook her Black first husband and I wanted to point that out. I also don’t think that she’s a self hating sista. I personally believe that most interracial relationship participants do fit that category. I just don’t get that vibe from her. But that’s me making an assumption about someone I do not know. I could be wrong. I also couldn’t care less.

          What’s interesting to me is that despite your tone, and again what I feel is an immature way of disagreeing, I agree 100 percent with your last two paragraphs. Perhaps on some other article regarding IR we would’ve simply amen’d what the other said. Unfortunately you seem to have taken me pointing certain things out about Janet a little personal.

          I worship no man. I actually have very little tolerance for “celebrities”. I grow annoyed with the increased articles about celebrities on this website when I feel we should discuss more important happenings in Africa America. I still wish Janet all the happiness in the world, but she is a 100 times millionaire married to a billionaire. I’m more concerned with those of us who are trying to scrape together a dollar, ya feel me?

          • vinbrown

            February 27, 2013 at 9:14 am

            Ran I never assumed you were one of the mindless celebrity followers , but felt attacked by your first post . I don’t expect anyone to agree with me , but it seems that we both have a heightened concern for our Community , which in my opinion is losing ground for the first time in our history . ( which I will pontificate on in my next reply under Janet marries in the wish that you see it ) .

            I am glad to find out that we really see eye to eye .

          • vinbrown

            February 27, 2013 at 6:55 pm

            Thanks much Jalen Sigmund Freud could not have explained it better .

  8. bernina200

    February 25, 2013 at 5:33 pm

    If you must, do this, this the way to do. A billionair, and ten years younger,” You Go Girl”. I am very happy for Janet Jackson, she deserves it.


    February 25, 2013 at 6:24 pm

    I wish her Blessings of Pure Happiness. Third time the charm it’s said!!!


    February 25, 2013 at 6:30 pm

    P.S. You did good girl you did good, for he is super duper fine!!!!

  11. pat 111

    February 25, 2013 at 6:37 pm

    Congratulations Janet!! Now you can just relax and breathe.

  12. Ann G.

    February 25, 2013 at 6:52 pm

    Wishing you and yours nothing but love, peace and happiness Janet, you deserve it!

  13. Nefera

    February 25, 2013 at 6:54 pm

    Peace and Love.

  14. SilentBro

    February 25, 2013 at 7:49 pm

    I know the masses want to hear about $$$ but I felt the detailed talk about prenup and pay off was not inline with the spirit of an article detailing her marriage announcement. I wish them well and glad she always tried to have some normalcy to her life. Money and fame is good but nothing beats true love bonded in holy matrimony. If money was all that then why would rich and famous women even bother to marry?

  15. Dark Chocolate

    February 25, 2013 at 7:59 pm

    I have only happy thoughts for the couple.

  16. blacjk jones

    February 25, 2013 at 8:17 pm

    gOOD luck!!….i did not know Janet was married three times.

  17. Deborah

    February 25, 2013 at 9:04 pm

    Congratulation to a Beautiful couple. May your lives always be filled with Bliss. By the way Janet, Beyonce has nothing on you. You are a very beautiful and talented lady.

    • vinbrown

      February 25, 2013 at 11:04 pm

      The Comment by Deborah and others wishing them well is typical mindless fan worship comments unless they know of either or both of them personally .

  18. kim

    February 25, 2013 at 10:31 pm

    I have always adored Janet and I am praying that this is the dude that she can be happy with.She deserves it!

  19. JC

    February 26, 2013 at 12:04 am

    For someone professing to be a christian she sure is in and out of the bed with a lot of men. She’s confused and does not know the Word of God!

  20. Phillip Battle

    February 26, 2013 at 5:45 am

    Shoo——–for 500 million- I would’ve bought 2 Rasheedas — 3 Kims– 2 malikas– 1 Choe — and an island—and have 300 million left over:-)
    Well hell– Diane Ross married a shipping tycoon-so I heard— may they all be blessed – as the sista struggle to feed her children alone-bcuz her baby father or fathers are locked down in the prison compounds for a crime of being black-ln some cases —- one rich sista gets richer- and we so HAPPY!!!!!!!!

  21. BizG

    February 26, 2013 at 9:11 am

    Congrats to Both of them!! Janet is so smart to keep prying “eyes” out of her affairs. Must everything center on monetary issues, or the negative outcome of a new union? I wish many many years, weeks, days, hours, etc. of happy wedded bliss to both of them!!!

    • Phillip Battle

      February 26, 2013 at 12:22 pm

      No———-everything don’t have to center around monetary issues——- that’s why there’s a stipulation in the pre- nup– of 500 million– unless I miss read the article–furthermore you nor I can get fat off what they eat– I’m just saying!!!!!!

  22. Elizabeth

    February 26, 2013 at 11:36 am

    Like Janet, but tired of hearing about her and husbands. Just talk of her music the rest is not my business.

  23. Symo

    February 27, 2013 at 2:26 am

    Nonsense, everybody is congratulating her and nobody is telling her the truth to her face. Four times divorce and what makes you think this will stick, has she or anyone figured out why the divorce or has divorce turned out to be a lucrative business venture? I think she’s lost in the things of this world than her soul. May be you congratulating will trade like manner and quote the bible that it’s worth doing. Who can find a virtuous wife? For her worth is far above rubies. Her children rise up and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her. Charm is deceitful and beauty is passing, a woman who fears the Lord she shall be praised. Advice her to be the woman she was created to be.

  24. vinbrown

    February 27, 2013 at 10:05 am

    I really don’t have a problem with Janet Jackson marrying an ( I am sorry I have no idea what he is ) , or Michael Jordan getting engaged to ” Barbie ” , or Ahmad Rashad preferring ” Betty Crocker ” over the fine Phylicia , but do have a problem with the message such a large percentage of African American celebrities have sent historically by doing so .

    I was not concerned about this when we as a group were continuing to make strides in income, education, opportunities , jobs,and cultural and creative appreciation which has always continued after Slavery except for the period of White backlash that happened during Reconstruction . But now things are different as it is a time that our Community is beset with so many ills that one can foresee a day that we could cease to exist .

    Since the end of the 1970’s ( the Golden Years )just about everything has been going down hill including college graduation rates, high school drop out rates ,homicide and incarceration rates among young blacks , teenage pregnancies , gun proliferation and violent crime ,the widening education gap , the crack epidemic , gangs , integration and the loss of strong supportive communities , etc, etc .

    Add to that the most recent trends of job loss to illegal immigrants , job loss to Hispanics ,Asians and Indians ( for Blacks diversification has meant ” we prefer anyone but you “,the Conservative Movement , allocation of scarce dollars to Spanish education and translation , the growing acceptance of Spanish in large Areas like New York City ( Black people like other Americans were never told we needed to learn Spanish ), business opportunities lost to Hispanics , Asians,Indians,and Arabs who only do business among themselves ,the negative images of Rap Music and the fact that it has taken air time away from real music and artists , and all of this and more adds up to a Black Community in decline for the first time .

    Turn on the TV , or pick up a magazine and we are not even used as tokens anymore you will see some Hispanic , or Asian replacement .

    These are the reasons that I feel the examples that famous Blacks like Tiger Woods ( ” don’t call me Black I am Cabourasian ” gonna cheat on my wife with dozens of white ho’s )set with their preference for White Women matters in a deep psychological way that we may not even be conscious of.

  25. Phillip Battle

    February 27, 2013 at 7:27 pm

    Vinbrown– for you to sum up the transition of Black People in America in short order may confuse a many of people who are just down right IGNORANT– the obvious attack on us Black Folk since MLK, Malcolm, Ms Tubman,and all other unsung heroes and sheroes of African descendant who fought 400 hundred years of physical and civil enslavement-in America– and taught white folk how to be civil — on a worldwide scale-and humiliated the white powers to be in America (the racist whites) — they have had a revengeful agenda every since– so let the immigrants in give them the labor jobs- dumb down the school system– send drugs in our communities allow our kids to be brain washed with that JUNK RAP MUSIC– AND THE IMAGES WHICH IT PORTRAYS OF BLACK MEN AND WOMEN- and as far as Pride less blacks who love the slave master sons or daughters– one should be as opened minded to realize that white man and white woman wants some flavor in their lives instead of a weak being who has shown historically how cowardly and destructive they are—frankly speaking those negro boys who earned some money and fame aren’t as important as those millions of brothers and sisters who are catching h-ll for trying to get a job– that was freely giving to the so called illegal immigrants— yeah those that are hired by white folks who pay them less and pay no social security tax– nor any other taxes that are required by an employer– so to h-ll to all those small minded descendants of the slave masters- who aren’t equipped with the soul of a human being—- So thank you Vinbrown for keeping it real.


  26. Nobody wanna be Black

    February 28, 2013 at 12:33 am

    I officially Hate being Black in America. Niggers are SO fucking Stupid. We are the Dumbest Race today, a walking talking Example of what Not to Become. I Mean I just heard a song on hot97 & the background to the song Was not a Beat or instrument creating sound, but the squeaking of a mattress with explicit lay by lay sex. Only DUMB Ass Niggers ALLOW these Disgusting Vile STD inducing destructive activities & images to be broadcast to smother the minds of Young Girls & Boys without fathers Thirsty for Anythingggg Anythingggg

    I hate being a Black Woman in America. I hate my nappy ass hair so I spend all my $ on fake hair Just so a nigga can holla at me, welp he ends up marrying a white girl or spanish girl or chinese girl or any non black girl. He tells her how Hot she is & How Black biches Aint Shit. I Hate that Nigger b/c now gotta raise his Nappy Ass Black baby bymyself while he say Im fat & mad. Nigger Im fat cuz I only afford the $1 menu Help a Bitch Out. Yea Im Mad bc I NEVA EVA see white becky bitches on the MTA city buses & trains wid They Baby Carriages & shit. I always see dem white Bitches getn real Birkin Bags & they have things I NEva Heard of. Being a Nigger is WACK. Im killn my self ONE LESS NIGGER BITCH

  27. Phillip Battle

    February 28, 2013 at 10:30 am

    @ Nobody wanna be Black– at least your honest– and as for your vision of the miss informed– what would the WORLD BE WITHOUT BLACK PEOPLE—–I suppose it would be a waste land of thieves and killers– and the irony of it all-is that Black People taught the world how to be civil– then we gave up on our natural love for eachother– and embraced the hartless souls of the ENSLAVERS.

    Thank you for your poignant message.


  28. bubbles

    February 28, 2013 at 4:43 pm

    lol! all of this because janet Jackson has married for the third time!please! lol!

  29. UrpleNurple

    March 21, 2013 at 6:23 pm

    Vinbrown, you idiot, who the hell cares about celebrities!? They’re stupid anyway! And that other moron, stop trying to sum up every single last person like they BELONG to a certain place. Not all white people are racist. When you go around saying stuff like that, you sound just like your hillbilly klan member counterparts!

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