How Janet Jackson’s Career Was Sabotaged By Top Media Executive

For Janet Jackson fans, the years which followed 2004’s SuperBowl gate are marred by the star’s fall from grace in the court of public opinion and decline on the charts.

Today, these fans have learned that her decline, which some Pop spectators put down to her age and supposed inability to compete with the likes of then- “newbies” Beyonce & Ciara, was fuelled by a petty and vindictive CBS executive.

An unbelievable revelation below…

The disgraced CBS boss Les Moonves is under fire after he was accused of sexually abusing members of his staff and is now named as the man who polluted the public’s opinion of the icon.


‘The Huffington Post’ reports…


Jackson became a years-long fixation for Moonves after the so-called “wardrobe malfunction” of 2004, when her breast was exposed for nine-sixteenths of a second after Justin Timberlake tore a piece of fabric off her bustier during their Super Bowl halftime performance. CBS and MTV (a subsidiary of Viacom, the parent company of CBS at the time), which produced the halftime show, faced a torrent of criticism and a $550,000 Federal Communications Commission fine.

Jackson and Timberlake both said the incident was truly a malfunction ― that Timberlake was only meant to rip away the leather on Jackson’s bustier to reveal red lace, but instead ripped away everything, leaving her breast exposed to over 100 million Super Bowl fans.

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