Janet Jackson Opens Show With Video Denouncing White Supremacy And Domestic Terrorism

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Janet Jackson is back like she never left as she made her return to the stage since giving birth to son, Eissa, in January - but it's her fantastic post-baby body that got people talking. It's followed by audio clips of personalities and protestors denouncing white supremacy and inequality.

She's not only a new mother but also a great performer and a hot woman!

Janet Jackson is back, and she looks unbelievable!

In a video posted on her Twitter account, the "Rhythm Nation" hitmaker said: "Hey you guys!" But the R&B singer says that she's going to perform her show as scheduled. Now, I know there were rumours on whether we were going to do the show in Houston or whether we weren't going to do the show in Houston, and I'm here to tell you that we are going to do the show in Houston.

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The five-time Grammy victor tweeted on Wednesday that she would be arriving in Houston early on Friday in order to meet with victims of Hurricane Harvey.

In addition, Jackson mashed-up Cardi B's "Bodak Yellow" instrumental into a remix of "What Have You Done for Me Lately", adding another modern twist into a standout opening night moment.

The Poetic Justice actress was forced to postpone her Unbreakable World Tour in May 2016 when she announced she was pregnant.

"We will come in early on the grounds that we needed to visit a portion of the safe houses", she said. And not just visit some of the shelters, we also wanted to do something special for the victims. "So I will see you Friday".