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January 12, 2013  | by: Tania Lasenburg

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Janet Jackson is engaged to billionaire Wissam Al Mana, who is one of the richest investors in the Middle East. The two have been dating for a while and recently their marriage was postponed because Al Mana’s lawyers wanted to create a prenup, so he won’t lose most of his money if they were to divorce.

This is smart. Most celebrities would go for a prenup without any questions. However, Jackson and Al Mana must be extremely in love because Al Mana decided to rip up the prenup and if they divorce after at least 5 years then Jackson gets to walk away with $500 million dollars. Jackson, is worth $9.5 million from her records, movies and everything else that has her name on it.

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Considering that Al Mana, is worth a lot more money than the average celebrity and he is willing to risk his money for love . . . it makes you think. People are wrapped up in their pockets now a days and they don’t see the bigger picture of marriage. When I was growing up my parents made sure you knew that marriage was supposed to be with someone you loved and money although did help a marriage,it wasn’t the marriage.

Granted Jackson and Al Mana, are not growing together poor or with a struggle but they are growing old and are in love. And love is more than money to Al Mana but does it matter for the average man or woman who are struggling more in this economy?

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