Janet Jackson Shares Steamy Performance With Dancer, Social Media Reacts

Janet Jackson Shares Steamy Performance With Dancer, Social Media Reacts

57-year-old performer Janet Jackson recently proved that age is just a number at the Allentown, Pennsylvania stop on her tour. She shared a sensual performance with her backup dancer, Mariusz Maniek Kotarski, holding nothing back as she felt up the shirtless man in front of her audience. Jackson is currently on her "Together Again" tour. Her current tour features dates across the U.S. and Canada.

Jackson also featured Busta Rhymes at another show earlier this month. They performed their 1998 song "What's It Gonna Be?" Busta Rhymes later gave Jackson a bouquet of flowers after their performance. "We're going to give you your flowers.... your botanical garden while you can smell them," he told the singer. He also reflected on how the song came about, saying "In 1998, 25 years ago, I'm on the Belt Parkway going from Long Island to Manhattan." Busta Rhymes continued, "I'm listening to Janet Jackson do an interview with Angie Martinez when she was on Hot 97." He then claimed that when Jackson said she wanted to work with him he almost crashed. "Our video is the most expensive Hip Hop video made in the history of Hip Hop culture," he finished. He later brought a cake out for Jackson, to celebrate her upcoming birthday.

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Janet Jackson Gets Frisky With Her Backup Dancer

Janet Jackson performs at Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood on April 14, 2023 in Hollywood, Florida. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Janet Jackson)

Earlier this year, Jackson's nephew, TJ Jackson, criticized his aunt's performances. "I never liked when she did this in concerts either," he said, defending his critical stance on Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's song "WAP." "I don't like when females are overly sexualized in art," he said, adding, "It degrades and [objectifies] women in a way that's not healthy." He went on, saying, "It's unfair, but men aren't as objectified as women. Nevertheless, to me, it diminishes it and leads to other stereotypes." He then claimed "[It] can lead to perceptions, and even worse, role models that don't help our advancement."

Jackson was also recently forced to change the date of her Atlanta performance. The incident occurred after the venue double-booked her performance and the Atlanta Hawks playoff game against the Boston Celtics. Celtics player Jayson Tatum later apologized to "legend" for the mishap.

Read More: Janet Jackson's Performances Slammed By Nephew For "Degrading & Objectifying" Women

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