"/ What about the times you kept on when I said no more, please?", according to E! The "Scream" singer called off her "Unbreakable World" tour in April a year ago to have her first child at the age of 50. Now, I know there were rumours on whether we were going to do the show in Houston or whether we weren't going to do the show in Houston, and I'm here to tell you that we are going to do the show in Houston.
Janet Jackson cries after performing heartbreaking song â€˜What Aboutâ€™.
Janet Jackson's electrifying performance on Thursday night, at New Orleans, as a part of her State of the World Tour won high appraisals from the critics. A day before her tour arrive in H-Town, Janet announced that proceeds from the concert will go to benefit the ongoing relief efforts in Houston.
Janet, whose show is normally more high-octane and cheerful, has just resumed her tour since giving birth to her first child, son Eissa, at the end of a year ago.
Much like her previously released tracks, the tour is based on a social awareness theme, to address complex problems like racism, domestic violence, etc. Fans got loud as she also performed the newest dance craze the Milly Rock while performing "Nasty" and even mixed in Cardi B's "Bodak Yellow" with her own hit "What Have You Done for Me Lately". She is now in the process of divorcing his father, Wissam Al Mana, her husband of five years.
On Wednesday, the star declared that she would be performing in Houston in spite of the destruction left in the territory by Hurricane Harvey. On Friday, September 8, Jackson and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner will be visiting and meeting with evacuees who are staying at the George R. Brown Convention Center.