According to the British gossips, who are known to have quite the imagination, Janet Jackson and Wissam al Mana had an issue over their prenuptial agreement, only not how you might imagine it. Janet, worth at least a few hundred million probably, will reportedly get more in a potential divorce settlement all because her rumored fiance wants it so. That is true love and even truer wealth.
Via the Express:
Janet has amassed a fortune of £93.5million from 10 hit albums and six major tours while Wissam is one of the richest investors in the Middle East where he represents such fashion and style icons as Hermes and Sonia Rykiel. He is also a major shareholder in Saks Fifth Avenue stores in Dubai, Doha, Bahrain and Kuwait.
“Janet will be marrying into the sort of wealth not even her brother Michael managed to amass during his lifetime of success,” said her friend. “She’s looking forward to a fairytale life with Wissam.”
Should the fairytale turn sour then the agreement still being worked on is reported to guarantee Janet, 46, a “kiss-off” of half-a-billion dollars (around £312.14million) if they divorce after a minimum of five years.
Luxury brand mogul Wissam, who at 37 is nine years her junior, last week confirmed their wedding will go ahead in his home country of Qatar in April or May, adding: “We are very happy and very excited.”
Janet’s friend said: “She did not get cold feet over a New Year’s wedding, as has been suggested. They decided to wait until spring so they can complete every arrangement, including the prenup.” Wissam has promised to fly in all members of Janet’s family who wish to attend on his private jet.”
One member of the feuding Jackson family unlikely to take up that offer, is Janet’s niece Paris, 14, Michael’s daughter. Janet was caught on camera appearing to slap Paris’s face last July during an altercation outside the home in Los Angeles she and her brothers Prince, 15, and Blanket, nine, share with their grandmother Katherine Jackson.
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