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Janet Jackson Credits Jermaine Dupri For Changing Her Life

Submitted by on November 5, 2010 – 1:13 pm2 Comments

Although Janet Jackson and Jermaine Dupri have moved on in the year since their split (she’s currently dating 35-year-old billionaire, Wissam Al Mana, while midget mack is back to doing what he does in the strip clubs down in the “A” from what I hear), the For Colored Girls star credits J.D. for changing her life while they were together. She told Extra in a recent interview:

“My life didn’t change until I opened up and started to talk about it. It was my relationship with Jermaine. Up until that point I would still put on a pair of pants and if my butt looked too big, I didn’t want the pants, as much as I loved them. But it was nine years ago when he said ‘your butt’s fine the way it is.’”

The singer added she’s “really grateful to him for showing me that side of myself.” Wait, I’m confused. What the heck did he do besides not tell her she looked like a fat ass in her True Religions?

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  • mhm says:

    I know right?

    Bless her heart she’s so sweet. I guess all it takes to sweep her off her feet is be an outspoken guy who’s willing to compliment her looks.

  • Troy says:

    What’s the purpose of this so-called article. I mean it made no sense, especially the last comment. I’m sure wherever this person got this quote or interview from that Miss Jackson had more to say about body image and other things. Did the so-called writer of this particular article just pick through an article for just this quote to bash her. I do believe her comment was basically that Jermaine Dupree, not midget mack told her that her behind was fine the way it is, despite her own low-self esteem about it. I don’t think he said it to insult her, but to give her confidence in something she felt insecure about, something that most women are insecure about, their bodies….and though she has an amazing body, her book states all of these bodies image problems she had to face in her career. It’s so ignorant to me that people pick up whatever piece of a story and twist it to bash someone. It shows an insecurity on the person who wrote this article. Janet is a beautiful, talented and professional woman who is human just like the rest of us. Miss Jackson, I wish you the best of luck in all of your future endeavors.

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