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Saturday, 7 January 2017

Janet Jackson’s Son Eissa Al Mana: Here’s Everything Fans Need To Know

At the age of 50, singer Janet Jackson – along with her billionaire husband Wissam Al Mana – gave birth to their first child on January 3. Janet and her husband decided to name their son Eissa Al Mana. While Janet has been married three different times, this is her first child.

While some originally believed Janet may honor her late brother Michael when naming her son, the name she landed on is the Arabic form of Jesus, PEOPLE reports.
Eissa – pronounced eye-sa, and can also be spelled Essa, Issa, or Isa – is pretty commonly used as both a first and last name in the Arab world. The name Janet selected for her son is becoming more popular in Europe as well. However, Eissa was only used to name six baby boys during the year 2006 in the United States.
Just like Jesus, Eissa translates to mean “the lord of salvation.”

Janet had longed to have children long before she got pregnant with her son Eissa. In 2009, she revealed during an interview with Harper’s Bazaar that she was considering adopting because she wanted to become a mother.
Janet Jackson refers to the pregnancy of her son as a “blessing.” It wasn’t until October of 2016, just a few months before her due date, that Janet finally confirmed the pregnancy. She called the pregnancy a “blessing” and this was largely because of her age.
Medical experts have confirmed that the chances of Janet Jackson – or any woman – getting pregnant and having a baby at the age of 50 are extremely rare. In fact, Jackson had a 1 percent chance of getting pregnant the old-fashioned way.

Janet Jackson’s son is likely set for life as his father – Wissam Al Mana – has an estimated net worth of $1 billion, according to The Richest. Per Celebrity Net Worth, Janet Jackson also has an estimated net worth of roughly $175 million.
Eissa’s parents were secretly married for a year before they released a statement announcing their marriage.

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