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Janet Jackson Shares a Sweet Post in Honor of Her Brother Randy's 64th Birthday

Stephen Thompson
Oct 30, 2020
09:28 A.M.
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Janet Jackson's latest update had her warming up her social media timeline with some show of sibling love as she honored her big brother, Randy Jackson, on his big day.


Music icon Janet Jackson was all about her older brother, Randy Jackson, who recently rang in a new age. She shared a sweet tribute accompanied with a pleasing photo of them flaunting sibling love.

Janet addressed the celebrant in a precise but appealing caption where she sent out prayers and birthday wishes, and fans gladly joined in the felicitation.

Janet Jackson speaks onstage during the 2015 BET Awards held at Microsoft Theater on June 28, 2015. | Photo: Getty Images


In the one-photo post, the "Made for Now" crooner displayed her age-defying looks in a stylish outfit, including a black leather jacket, a matching muffler, and a pair of jeans.

Janet, who slicked her raven curls backward, presented a sweet smile while the birthday boy rocked a purple sweatshirt, black cap, and a pair of blue jeans. The highlight was how the Jacksons locked themselves in a big embrace. Janet captioned the post:

"Big Bro. I luv u. Wishing u happiness, peace, and luv always but especially on this special day "randyjackson8."


With over 2000 comments, fans came through with love and affection for the look-alike siblings while leaving prayers and well-wishes in their wake.

Randy is a part of the Jackson dynasty, a family that achieved fame and fortune through music. When his most famous brother, Michael Jackson, passed on in 2009, fans witnessed the controversy that ensued in the family.

They also contended the document's date, making it known that while the will was signed at Los Angeles, Michael was in New York on that fateful day.  


The late Michael had excluded his siblings from his will, causing a feud that included Randy, Janet, Jermaine, Tito, and Rebbie. However, it seems his other siblings LaToya, Marlon, and Jackie, were the least concerned.

Michael, also known as the King of Pop, excluded his dad while leaving his mom, Katherine, and his kids, Prince, Paris and Blanket, as his heirs.


The aggrieved family members felt there was foul play and claimed that Michael could not have issued such a will due to a disparity concerning the circumstances of the will's signing.  

The will was signed in Los Angeles on a date when Michael was supposed to have been in New York. The late singer's siblings also demanded the resignation of his lawyers.

The Jackson matriarch, Katherine, and her late talent manager hubby, Joe Jackson, built one of the world's most famous families with ten children. Joe and his sons, Micheal and Brandon, have passed on.