Janet Jackson Gets Emotional While Singing 'What About' in Houston

12 September 2017, 12:27 | Santos Harmon

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Janet Jackson breaks down in tears at her Houston concert

While fans clamored over her classics, Jackson also was sure to gift performances of her most recents songs like "No Sleeep" and "Dammn Baby".

Jackson split from estranged husband Wissam Al Mana in April, three months after giving birth to their son, Eissa.

The energy was high from both the audience and Janet as she performed hit after hit including "Rhythm Nation", "If", "That's the Way Love Goes", "Miss You Much" and so many more.

Jackson gave some genuine '90s vibes for her Lafayette, Los Angeles, visit stop and even paraded her mark all dark look.

Jackson is on the second part of her tour, which she renamed her "State of the World tour" after putting it on hold for her pregnancy.

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"What about the times you yelled at me?/ What about the times I cried?"

In July 2016, the singer delayed her Unbreakable tour, citing that her and her husband were planning their family. What about all the shit you've done to me? At the time, the singer was performing the song "What About" from her iconic 1997 album, The Velvet Rope.

She told fans on Twitter that she was keen to still perform in the city. "We're going to roll in early because we wanted to visit some of the shelters", she announced.

Some pics of Jackson visiting Harvey victims on Friday. News that "she brought smiles and hugs", and "she seemed very touched seeing all these people sleeping on cots and her dancers were also very moved".

"Hey, you guys, it's me, Jan - just in case you don't recognize me, 'cause I have put on quite a few since I had the baby", she said in a video.



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