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Radar has exclusively learned that Jackson may have had a daughter during her first marriage to James De Barge in her late teens and kept the pregnancy a secret from him and the world. I have not been able to directly see her face-to-face.” The young woman suggested that they take a paternity test, but that hasn’t happened yet.
In the first bombshell interview in decades, De Barge opens up to Radar about his belief that Jackson did give birth to a baby girl. “She suggested it,” De Barge said, adding that he has yet to meet the woman because he’s afraid.
“It would have to be hidden from me if she wasn’t a part of my life all the time and I didn’t know anything about her,” he explained. I would have been very proud of her.” According to De Barge, he believes Jackson didn’t tell him about the child because of “fear.” “Fear and lots of pressure,” he noted. It was dangerous to the point that I was afraid to go outside.” published a series of articles talking about the rumors of a mystery daughter.
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Jackson had teased the announcement, with a mysterous countdown clock on her website that for the past three days had fans wondering what was going to happen."I'm continuing my tour as I promised," she said in a video posted on er website. I can't wait to see you on stage."Jackson also said she has renamed the tour to State of the World."It's not about politics," she said in the video. Just love." Jackson, who turns 51 in May, gave birth son Eissa with her husband, billionaire Wissam Al Mana, on Jan. When Jackson first announced the tour in July 2015, the 2,550-seated-capacity Sands was among the smallest venues she was to play on the tour. Her albums “Control,” “Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814” and “janet.” — released consecutively 1986-93 — sold a total of more than 20 million albums, with all among the Top 100 best-selling albums ever.
It's also scheduled to stop at such venues as Philadelphia’s Well Fargo Center, with a capacity more than six times that of The Sands. “Janet's Rhythm Nation 1814” and “The Velvet Rope” are included on Rolling Stone magazine’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list.
The tour will include fan favorites from her chart-topping ‘Unbreakable’ album, an array of her socially conscious music she’s released throughout her career, and other smash hits and soon-to-be released new tracks with a state of the art live production!
Tickets held for the previous Unbreakable tour event will be honored at the new date.
Jackson’s record for the Sands’ fastest sellout was broken in September, when Stevie Nicks sold out in 14 minutes.