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Janet Jackson Just Responded to Rumors She Had a Secret Baby That She Kept From Her Ex-Husband

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After decades of rumors about Janet Jackson and James DeBarge’s daughter and claims they had a secret child before their divorce, the conspiracy theories have officially been shut down.

In an interview on A&E and Lifetime’s two-part docuseries, Janet, Jackson shut down the 30-year-old rumor she had a secret baby with her ex-husband that he didn’t know about. “I could never keep a child away from James.

How could I keep a child from their father? I could never do that. That’s not right,” she said. In the docuseries, Jackson explained that the rumors started in 1984 when she was a cast member in season 4 of NBC’s Fame, in which she played Cleo Hewitt. “A lot of the kids thought I was pregnant ’cause I had gained weight and I had started taking birth control pills,” she said in the docuseries. “And back then, you could pick up weight taking them, and that’s what happened to me, so that rumor started going around.” Debbie Allen, who also starred in Fame as Lydia Grant, recalled her surprise in the docuseries about the rumors Jackson had a secret child. “These were rumors that were just flying around, honey, like hash in a diner,” Allen said. “Where was the baby?

Nobody saw a baby. I mean, she was there with us all day, every day. Where was the baby?” Jackson remembered that the rumors became so big that there were theories that the daughters of her older brothers, Jackie and Randy, were hers. “First they were saying my niece Brandi was my daughter and that I gave her to [my brother] Jackie to raise,” she said. “And then because [my brother] Randy’s daughter looks so much like me, they started saying it was Stevanna.” In an interview on We tv’s Growing Up Hip Hop in 2016, DeBarge revealed that even he thought Jackson had a

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