Janet Jackson Splits From Husband Wissam Al Mana

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A source told the newspaper: "Sadly, Janet and Wissam have decided that it wasn't working and to go their separate ways".

Eissa, their son whom they welcomed January 3, will stay with his mother in London, the report says.

As for the future of little Eissa, only three months old, everything is already settled: he will live with his mother in London, where she already lives today.

Jackson also resented the detachment of her husband, who rarely met with her friends or family, the source said.

Their relationship had reached such a point, "which had begun to go mad and felt she was losing her fans".

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The website reports that a divorce settlement could be messy as Wissam, the CEO of multinational business conglomerate Al Mana, has an estimated fortune of £800 million, which is four times the Nasty hitmaker's net worth.

Jackson made headlines past year when she announced that she was expecting a child with Al Mana at the age of 50.

Despite their break-through, Janet Jackson and Wissam Al Mana would seem to be on good terms. That is rather unusual that pop star made a decision to live separate from Wissam.

Jackson's rep told ABC News that "the two are not divorcing, but separating". In April 2016, the 50-year-old singer only hinted at it when she announced she would postpone her Unbreakable tour to start a family. It is therefore a missed third marriage for the aunt of Paris Jackson which we recall was married to James DeBarge from 1984 to 1985 and to René Elizondo Jr. from 1991 to 2000.

Another thing allegedly that drew the pair apart was Al Mana's lack of concern for Katherine amid claims she was being abused by her nephew, Trent.