Janet Jackson in the Hall of Fame and wants to see more honest women. Janelle Monaé had the honor of introducing Jackson, an icon and one of Monaé’s idols whom she called the “legendary queen of black magic. “Monaé guided the audience through the history of Jackson’s albums and reminded them of the cultural importance of albums like Control and Rhythm Nation. After spending most of her life in the spotlight, Janet Jackson was finally inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame tonight. Mommy loves you, Eissa, ra-ra-ra-ra-ra-ra-ra-ra-ra-ra! And the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, please, 2020: Induce more women. The multifaceted artist was honored at the Brooklyn ceremony and delivered an emotional speech about her career. Thank God, you have given us life and the ability to embody good. We celebrate you because you are an ally of LGBTQIA+ communities and marginalized voices around the world. We celebrate you because you have given us memories that we would like to be able to fill and save for the next life. And I just want to thank my baby, my son-in-law. Janelle Monaé introduces Jackson. We celebrate you because you fought for women’s rights. Thank you so much for this honor. And you showed me the meaning of true unconditional love. We met all over the world with your music as a soundtrack. We celebrate you for drugging you when they fall. I love you with all my heart. The story isn’t complete without you, Janet. You were with me every step of the way – through all my ups and downs. Thank you so much. She wakes me up every morning and sings her own melodies. Thank you so much. I would also like to say a few personal words to each fan. And I want you to know that you are my heart. We congratulate him on his commitment to excellence. You are my life. I love you so much. With God everything is possible and everything is good.
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