Janet Jackson tied a man from the audience to a wooden frame while caressing him in private places.
During her live "Rock Witchu" concert at Los Angeles' Staples Center on September 17, Janet Jackson delighted fans with her onstage raunchy performance. The concert goers went wild when she pulled a man from the audience, tying him to a wooden frame and caressed him in private places.
At one point, the singer was also seen lowering on top of the man while he was slowly laid down on the stage. The audience was left open mouthed when on the concert's LCD screens, the man was seen whispering, "I Love You, Janet."
The "Feedback" singer kicked off the tour in Canada earlier this month to promote her current effort "Discipline", which has been available for purchase since February. As a headlining act was rapper LL Cool J while former Spice Girls' member, Geri Halliwell, Janet's boyfriend Jermaine Dupri, and Queen Latifah were sitting on the audience.
The gig featured 38 songs, five costume changes, a dozen dancers, and a set that included not only fireworks but actual flames of fire shooting into the air. The extravagant show was then wrapped up with a "Thank you so much" saying from the singer.
Janet Jackson's "Rock Witchu" live performance at L.A. Staples Center: