Janet Jackson introduces baby boy to world with photo on Twitter

Janet Jackson introduces baby boy to world with photo on Twitter

Baby Eissa is Janet's first child with soon-to-be-divorced (?) husband Wissam Al Mana.

Days after being pictured in public with baby Eissa for the first time since giving birth to him in January, Janet Jackson has taken the decision to show his face to her fans. On Friday night, Janet Jackson shared the first photo her her son Eissa and is it was well worth the wait.

And the sweet snap of Eissa comes after it was previously claimed Janet was only allowing "a select few" people to see her baby so soon after the birth.

'She felt like she couldn't be herself anymore, ' shared the insider.

"To the most attractive person in the world", he wrote, "thank you for your divine love, your eternal support and for being my best friend".

Hear more on their split in the video below. According to Vanity Fair, Jackson and Al Mana have chose to end their five-year marriage.

But The New York Post's Page Six said that Al Mana had exercised too much - in the words of one of Jackson's signature songs - control. News, "She is a really zen person".

Last April Janet announced she would be postponing her "Unbreakable World Tour" because she and Mr Al Mana were "planning our family".

"They're both busy people but determined to be good parents, even if they're apart".

The insider added that Eissa would be staying with his mother, who is now based in London. Katherine Jackson stayed in London for 2 months, returning to L.A. March 30th under the watchful eye of daughter Rebbie, who was also in London with her for a time during Katherine's visit.

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