These days, celebrities are giving the public a view into their lives at a time when we’re all a little more humble. Janet Jackson is just one among many celebs who have been posting snapshots of their life on social media.
BET recently picked up on a post in which Janet was showing how her 3-year-old child has been spending time with her mother amid the coronavirus pandemic. On her Twitter account, Janet posted a photo of her 3-year-old son’s playhouse.
Janet shares Eissa with her ex, Wissam Al-Mana. You can check out the superstar’s tweet below:
— Janet Jackson (@JanetJackson) May 15, 2020
Many of Janet’s fans were thrilled to see the cute playhouse that little Eissa has been playing in. As it was noted above, Janet isn’t the only celebrity to offer a glimpse into their lives amid the COVID-19 pandemic that’s rocked the world.
However, not all of the posts have been positively received. For instance, the legendary singer-songwriter, Madonna, has been posting videos and images of what she has described as “Quarantine Diaries,” much of which have come from her own home.
Earlier this year, Madonna referred to the coronavirus pandemic as the “Great Equalizer,” which many on social media weren’t happy with. People thought it meant to assume that some of the weak were going to die and the strong would prevail, although, it’s not clear if that’s what Madonna really meant.
Even some of Madonna’s friends had something to say about her ostensibly “weird” social media posts. Rosie O’Donnell, for example, spoke with reporters from Page Six and explained that her videos were admittedly a little “weird.”
However, Rosie did defend her famous friend by stating that Madonna was one of the greatest artists of all time, and with concerts and festivals shut down, social media is the one way she can express herself to the world.
As you may or may not know, Rosie O’Donnell and Madonna have been close friends for years. Janet, on the other hand, has been a lot less active on social media these days, especially since the birth of her 3-year-old boy.