Janet Jackson Stuns in Long Red Tulle Skirt and Knee-High Boots in a New Photo
American singer, Janet Jackson, preaches equality for all as she struck beautiful poses in a bright outfit for new photos she shared on social media.
Janet just dropped some new pictures on Instagram, and they are making a bold statement. Jackson wore a T-shirt with an elaborate, red tulle skirt and a pair of black knee-high boots in the first post.
The background was a road surface which had different legs covered in black bottoms and black shoes. In the second post, the singer rocked the same graphic T-Shirt, which had "EQUALITY" written across it along with an illustration of a black power hand.
She had a smile on her face at first, but it transformed into a bold look in the second slide. Janet seemed to be busy working on something, but it has not stopped her from paying attention to the ongoing pandemic.
Initially, the songwriter expressed her frustration over people's refusal to stay indoors in a tweet she later deleted.
"...I want to take a moment to recognize and say thank you to...everyone around the world who are working nonstop to end the spread of the virus."
Despite the ravaging novel coronavirus pandemic, Janet has not moved the date of her black diamond tour, which is set to commence on the 24th of June.
The 53-year-old pop star is also a mom, and she knows her way around the kitchen. She made her two-year-old son, Eissa, a mouth-watering batch of pancakes in the shape of music notes.
Cooking is not the only thing Jackson has been getting up to nowadays as she has also been interacting with her fans. The music star has been watching her fans lip-sync and dance to her music.
Following her breakfast post, she shared a video of one of her female supporters dancing to her song " The Pleasure Principal" while wearing a face mask.
Jackson is doing her part in keeping the energy up and helping everyone get through this tough time.
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