Wissam Al Mana

Married: 2012- present

About: Wissam Al Mana is a Qatari business magnate who co-owns and serves as Executive Director of Al Mana a conglomerate which operates over 55 companies in 8 countries. Al Mana group achieves $1.5b in annual revenue and represents some of the largest and most successful brands in the world, covering most areas of retail including luxury goods, beauty, fashion, home interiors, watches and jewelry. Al Mana married Janet in 2012


Jermaine Dupri

Status: Dated 2001-2009 ( now friends)

About: Jermaine Dupri Mauldin is an American record producer, songwriter and rapper. He dated R&B/pop singer Janet Jackson from August 2001 to March 2009. He appeared in Janet’s 2001 video for her single titled- “Someone To Call My Lover”, and her 2006 video “So Excited”. His producing skills can be found on several of Janet’s later albums including: 20 Y.O (2006) & Discipline(2006).


René Elizondo

Married: 1991

Divorced: 2000

About: René Elizondo, Jr. is a American dancer, songwriter, and music video director. He was married to  Janet Jackson from 1991 to 2000. Elizondo and Jackson met in the mid-1980s while he was back up dancer to Janet’s older sister Latoya Jackson. Elizondo and Jackson married secretly in 1991. Elizondo directed her videos for “That’s the Way Love Goes”, “Again”, and “Together Again” (Deeper Remix) . It is his hands that cover Jackson’s breasts on the cover of the September 1993 issue of Rolling Stone magazine, the expanded cover art of her janet. album.


James DeBarge

Married: 1984

Divorced: 1985

About: James Curtis DeBarge is an American soul singer. He was one of the members of the singing family group DeBarge. DeBarge is also known for his 1984 marriage to pop singer Janet Jackson. The marriage was annulled in 1985. As of 2000, DeBarge has worked with DJ Quik on such tracks as “Tha Divorce Song”, as well as “Get Nekkid” by slain rapper Mausberg. Also, in 2004, DeBarge made a song with the “Haitian Sensation” Won-G for a remix called “Nothing’s Wrong”, using the instrumental for the Quik/DeBarge track “Tha Divorce Song.”