Janet Jackson Comments On Nicki Minaj’s Wardrobe Slip Up

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In a recent interview with the Star Tribune Ms. Jackson opened up about a series of things. However, she was sure to comment on the recent nip slips that have occured. Jon Bream of the Star Tribune asked her:

Q: Now that Nicki Minaj and others have had wardrobe malfunctions on TV, how do you feel about what happened to you because of your wardrobe malfunction at the Super Bowl?

A: Well, I am sorry that it has happened to others. It is not a great feeling and I sympathize with them. I find it interesting in my case that I am the only person who it seems to still come up for.

Basically, she wants everybody to stop putting her name at the fore front of nip slip mishaps! The interview included other interesting tid bits about her take on the music business today and of course the death of her brother Michael. Janet feels as if the artist has to be a lot more involved in the promotion of their name compared to the past when the record label would simply do it for the artist. She also said that performing Scream without her brother MJ is “therapeutic”. Overall, the interview showed Janet opening up a bit about the status of today’s performers. What do you think of her comment though in regards to her name still coming up in wardrobe malfunctions?

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2 Comments to “Janet Jackson Comments On Nicki Minaj’s Wardrobe Slip Up”

  1. SANNA KLAWZ says:

    Janets nipple was like the holy grail of nipples. tons of photoshopped pictures have been posted on the internet, but to see the actual nip, at the SUPER BOWL no less. smh her name should always come up when talking about wardrobe malfunctions. that moment should never be forgotten.

  2. Janet Smackson says:

    Janet’s not even popular anymore, she doesn’t even make music, she marrys rich men for money these days.

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