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Janet Jackson Returns With Political Message On "State Of The World" Tour

09 September 2017

Janet Jackson, 51, singer commenced her exceptionally foreseen State of the World visit on Thursday, only eight months in the wake of respecting her first youngster, Eissa.

Before Janet took the stage, one-minute video introduction opens with the names of black men who were killed by police officers: Eric Garner, Michael Brown, and Jonathan Ferrell.

Showing off her stunning post-baby body, the pop icon ran through her beloved discography, hitting classics like "Nasty", "Control", and "Pleasure Principal" with dance moves fans have clamored over for decades. But the R&B singer says that she's going to perform her show as scheduled.

Naturally, fans couldn't help but praise the star, and many posted Twitter videos of the performance.

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 unbelievable post-baby body that got people talking.

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

The State Of the World Tour marks Janet's return to the stage following the 2016 postponement of her Unbreakable World Tour, which was put on hold due to Jackson's pregnancy.

"We're going to roll in early because we wanted to visit some of the shelters", she said.

"We appreciate you. We love you", evacuee Marilynn Staten said.

Protesters could then be heard repeatedly chanting, "We want justice", which then transitioned into Janet's 1989 song, "The Knowledge".

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