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It turns out that when Janet Jackson was causing all that familial drama last year and kidnapping her mom and trying to help family members get their hands on Michael Jackson's money through their kids, she probably had plenty of money of her own because she was already married to almost billionaire Wissam Al Mana. Apparently Janet was ticked off that people were talking about her wedding plans when she was already married. Do you think that wedding planners were cold calling her? I don't think any of us should be shocked that Janet did this. Did anyone know about her other two weddings before they happened? What about her secret love child with James DeBarge? Yeah, she denies that one, but what can she say? Yes, I had a child with him and I choose to ignore the child and have the child pretend I'm an aunt?
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