Janet Jackson’s nephew slams her “overly sexualized” live shows, saying they demean and objectify women
Janet Jackson’s nephew has slammed her “overly sexualized” live shows.
“It demeans and objectifies women in a way that is not healthy,” TJ Jackson wrote on Twitter.
TJ, Tito Jackson’s youngest son, also said that “WAP didn’t look good”.
TJ Jackson has shared his views on his Aunt Janet Jackson’s live shows.
“I never liked it when she did that in concerts” TJ replied to a video shared on Twitter by Janet performing “Would You” in concert.
In the clip, Janet can be seen dancing against, touching and imitating oral sex on a fan strapped to a table.
“I don’t like it when women are overly sexualized in art,” TJ continued in the tweet posted Monday night. “It demeans and objectifies women in a way that’s not healthy. I prefer Janet from That’s Love.”
TJ, the youngest son of Tito Jackson, separately added a tweet that he doesn’t just take issue with his aunt’s performances.
“I love black women,” TJ wrote. “I wish you would respect the black women we put in our music videos and if you’re really serious about making a difference, stop promoting the negative image that many female black celebrities portray today.”
He added: “WAP didn’t look good.”
“WAP” — an acronym for “wet-ass pussy” — was a 2020 single by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion. While the song was praised by many, including The Guardian’s Dream McClintonwho called it an “uncompromising celebration of women’s sensuality and sexuality,” others, including Snoop Dogg, criticized the explicit lyrics.
“Oh my God. Slow down. Like, slow down and have some imagination.” said the song’s “I Wanna Fuck You” rapper. “Let’s have some privacy, some intimacy.”
Jackson officials did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
TJ’s comments on his aunt’s live shows come after football legend Tom Brady told her so infamous wardrobe malfunction during the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show was “good” for the NFL.
Appearing alongside Justin Timberlake, A planned costume reveal went awry when Timberlake accidentally removed part of Jackson’s clothing and her right breast was exposed live on television.
According to data and market analysis firm Nielsen, Almost 90 million people watched.
“I think in the end it was probably a good thing for the NFL because everyone could talk about it,” Brady said. who retired from the NFL for the second time last month, said during a recent episode of his “Let’s Go!” podcast. “It was just more publicity and more publicity for halftime shows.”
“Is advertising bad advertising?” thought the seven-time Super Bowl winner. “That’s what they say, so who knows?”
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