Janet Jackson is set to give fans a look into her life that they never knew existed. Janet Jackson will share emotional and disturbing secrets of her life with her fans in a new self-titled four-part docuseries. One is Michael Jackson’s jokes about her weight when they were kids.

“There were times when Mike used to tease me and call me names,” Janet Jackson said. ”‘Pig, horse, slaughter hog, cow.’”

She added, “He would laugh about it, and I’d laugh too, but then there was some­where down inside that it would hurt.”

“When you have somebody say you’re too heavy, it affects you,” she said.

As reported by The Sun, Jackson opens up about her struggles with body image and emotional eating in the four-part documentary, telling viewers that it started at age 10 when she began playing Penny on the US sitcom Good Times.

“I’m an emotional eater, so when I get stressed or something is really bothering me, it comforts me,” she says in the series.

This is not an uncommon story; many people have felt ashamed about their bodies because others told them they were too skinny or not sized correctly in some way shape or form – even if those comments weren’t meant maliciously at all!

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