While explaining the reasons behind the divorce, Randy also narrated an unfortunate tale of Janet's marriage. It came on later in the relationship, verbal abuse and being made to feel like a prisoner in her own home.
"What you saw in Houston, it was her situation coming out, what she's been going through", Randy explains, claiming that "the abuse is still going on" and that the two keep in contact to co-parent Eissa. And if the ex-couple seemed to be once very much in love and happy in front of the cameras, the reality was quite different according to Randy Jackson, who tells of for the first time the ordeal that has been experienced by Janet Jackson in the privacy. No pregnant woman does not need to be taiter of s***pe the daily. There were things like that. It was a joyous and energetic show as part of her "State of the World" tour, but things went dramatic in the middle of the program.
Janet, 51, married the London-based Qatari businessman, 42, in 2012. They're embroiled in a custody battle over the child. Randy says it's because the abuse is still continuing. "I said to Janet: "You've got to move in with me or else I will come unto you, and it's going to be a hell". She was really pissed off. I said to him: "I don't care now". "I'm exhausted. It is too" ".
Janet and Al Mana Wednesday in 2012 in a secret ceremony that was revealed a year later by Janet herself.
Randy, however, insists that religion had nothing to do with it. The pair married in 2012, Janet, 51, gave birth to their son Eissa on January 3.
"Before the gravity of the situation, Randy Jackson reveals that it was he who had pushed his sister to leave Wissam Al Mana: "I said to him" you should come and live with me or it's me who'll come and it's going to be a hell". During Janet's concert in Houston on Saturday night, she broke down crying while singing "What About" in concert - a song about an abusive relationship.
The new mum posted a video on Twitter and Instagram telling fans that she and the father of her baby had chose to go their separate ways, and that the next step is "in God's hands".
Following Randy's accusations, Al Mana's attorneys released a statement to People saying that he won't respond to the former Jackson 5 member's claims.