Was Janet Jackson’s Split From Her Husband ‘Wissam Al Mana’ Thoroughly Planned So She Could Benefit Fully From The $500 Million Prenup Arrangement?

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Janet Jackson has split with billionaire husband Wissam Al Mana 3 months after the birth of he first child.

While one source said the split is amicable and the couple will co-parent their son, others said trouble had been brewing for months.

“She thought he had become too controlling during the pregnancy and she had already allowed him to dictate her appearance and even the way she performed at concerts,”

the source who works closely with the couple said.

Other demands that the “Rhythm Nation” singer gave in to included toning down her 2014 concert tour — waring clothing that covered her body, instead of the skin-revealing outfits fans had grown to love. That must have been really tough for her.

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Am sure she felt pretty uncomfortable in the picture above.

But new developments  have been brewing out of the sudden split between Janet Jackson & third husband Wissam Al Mana. Has she been  plotting and scheming on the split this whole entire time? If she has, then she officially replaces Joanne the Scammer as the most Iconic Caucasian ever.

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According to reports, Janet and Wissam’s prenuptial agreement is set up with stipulations in which a 5 year and 10 year checkpoint is included.

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In other words, the longer you stay married, the bigger the pay out will be. With Wissam’s net worth estimated to be at $1 billion, it would seem that a lot of money would be coming Jackson’s way.

Janet and Wissam got married in February 2012, making the sudden announcement of their split just little after the five year mark “interesting” and “convenient”.

Wow. Should I call it a smart move or what? All I know is that her decision must have been thoroughly planned while she puts her 3 months old baby into consideration.

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