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Stop The Presses: Janet Jackson Sighting in Dubai (Photo)

Read Joe Jackson’s Open Letter to Daughter Janet: ‘I’m Proud of You’

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - OCTOBER 31: Janet Jackson attends the Gala Event during the Vogue Fashion Dubai Experience on October 31, 2014 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Janet Jackson attends the Gala Event during the Vogue Fashion Dubai Experience on October 31, 2014 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
*No, that’s not Beyonce dressed as Janet Jackson for Halloween.
That’s actually Janet Jackson out in public…in Dubai, where she now lives with her billionaire husband, Wissam Al Mana.
The singer made a rare public appearance on Halloween night on the red carpet of the Vogue Fashion Dubai Experience Gala dinner, which she attended with her hubby.
The 48-year-old, covered up in a black dress and sporting a high ponytail, was escorted through the crowd by a pair of bodyguards.

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*Joe Jackson, the patriarch of the world famous Jackson entertainment family isn’t exactly known for being a softy. We all know how his relationship with son Michael turned out.

However, it looks like he’s finally gotten around to mellowing out. After all, on Saturday, he celebrated his 86th birthday. In fact, in a series of posts on his blog, Jackson lets us in on his private thoughts about his family. Among other things, he’s written about his estranged wife Katherine Jackson, and his most recent post, about his “girl,” Janet:

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Janet, the youngest in the family is very, very smart. She was more like a tough kid. She was real rough. I mean she was rough. What do they call them… yes … tomboy. She was a tomboy. She could whop all the girls. Really rough and really, really smart. She is really easy nowadays. She has mellowed. She is now married and living a good life with her husband.
When I suffered 4 strokes last year, and was in the hospital recovering, only two people in my family traveled all the way to see in the hospital. My granddaughter Brandi (Jackie’s daughter and my baby girl Janet. She sat right next to me as I lay in bed, spent time with me, talking about a lot together. It meant a lot to me. I lay there listening to her as she talked about how she was going to get married. I am happy for her and wish her nothing but the best ! I never tell you this, but I am proud of you Janet.

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Comment by Keeta Lee on November 12, 2014 at 4:56pm

@ Mike K, I agree with you only to a point because when you forgive you release yourself from old wounds & pain I know that old pain creates internal illness too. However, for some people it scars them for a life time and find it hard to let go of abuse. 

Comment by GospelPan on November 5, 2014 at 5:08pm

@Ruth, I'm not sure I agree with you...I know most of us will visit our father if he's in the hospital, differences I'm not sure I agree with you.

Comment by Ruth Peterson on November 5, 2014 at 3:31pm

GospePan - it sounds like and seems like the children HAVE moved on.  It's Mr. Jackson (the father) who seems to be living in the past.

Comment by GospelPan on November 4, 2014 at 5:29pm

@S.S. Mac,...I agree with you 100%...well said.

Comment by S.S. Mac on November 4, 2014 at 4:50pm
@GospelPan - some things in the past people are able to move on from, and some things people can't. But for those who can move on and forgive, it doesn't mean that the past hasn't damaged them. Even if his children can have a good relationship with the father, they will still be careful of how they carry out the new relationship in terms of what should or shouldn't be said/done thatat can trigger a second uproar. I personally am going through the same issue with my father. But the past has damaged me enough to realize people change and at times for the worse. Even if the change was for the better, that guard and feeling of being uncomfortable around that person will always linger. Memories won't break or vanish, they are stained. And with that stain comes a constant reminder of what happened and the fact that the past can repeat itself.
Comment by GospelPan on November 4, 2014 at 2:19pm

The children need to forgive their father for the past and move on; you only have one father and when he's gone, he's gone. Yes, the father beat them; Yes , the father verbally abused them; Yes the father was mainly thinking about himself and Yes, he cheated ...but that is all in the past, it's time to forgive and move is too short...besides, if the father didn't push them...they probably wouldn't be rich .

Comment by Cee Gee on November 4, 2014 at 1:01pm

Speaking as a person that lost her father 14 years ago....and it still feels fresh, I would do what I can to mend the fence.  I miss my father more and more each year and that emptiness never leaves me.  Sometimes it's hard to get over what our parents have done to us but IMHO, he was a hard ass but they all seem to have fared well in life.  They aren't hurting for anything....I think he did the best he could during that time.

Comment by Pamela Lawton on August 4, 2014 at 11:18am
I believe of youare correct in those days things were much different than today.His generation they did what they could,they were much harder and stricker my generation some things even He realize was out landish and harsh .Even I myself have a better understand I did before..Parenting is a job and we need work on it daily.
Comment by Mike k on August 1, 2014 at 7:39am

What about gratitude, love & forgiveness @ keeta Lee. I don't think god meant for us to be so petty and carry grievances for so long. These are all grown people. Shame on them.  

Comment by Keeta Lee on August 1, 2014 at 5:13am

Janet has had a different relationship with her parents than the older children, even so knowing what took place she has forgiven him. I think with the older children there wounds are deeper because they lived the Joe J experience and no amount of fame and fortune has erase that it. I'm a firm believer that if you take good care of the little people (children) then they will be there to take care of you in the end.

 God said, provoke not your children to wrath - Avoid all severity; this will hurt your own souls, and do them no good; on the contrary, if punished with severity or cruelty, they will be only hardened and made desperate in their sins. Those who punish them do it from a principle of revenge; those who correct them do it from a principle of affection. 

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