Janet Jackson broke down in tears while she was performing her 1997 song “What About” during her concert in Houston last weekend, The Daily Mail Online reported. It was a joyous and energetic show as part of her “State of the World” tour, but things went dramatic in the middle of the program.

The concert was held at the Toyota Center in Houston. After singing “What About,” Jackson covered her face with her hands and cried in tears for a few moments. The Daily Mail Online said she stood up and said, “This is me.”

Janet held her concert amid some personal issues that she is currently facing.

The 51-year-old singer is presently in the process of divorcing her estranged husband Wissam Al Mana, a business mogul from the Middle East. Jackson has been with Al Mana for several years before they split in April 2017, the report added.

The two had a son named Eissa who was born in December 2016. Jackson went on a maternity leave to spend time with her family before resuming her concert tour.

Alleged verbal abuse

The song “What About” is generally about domestic violence. The lyrics read, “What about all the [things] you’ve done to me? What about the times you hit my face? What about the times you kept on when I said no more, please?”

New details revealed on People stated that Jackson allegedly suffered “verbal abuse” during her marriage with the business mogul.

Her elder brother Randy Jackson exclusively spoke with People and claimed that his sister “felt like a prisoner in her own home” during her stay with her estranged husband.

The elder brother further revealed that his sister Janet is currently in “a troubling situation,” opening up details for the first time. He added that there are lots of pain and that the female singer has been “through a lot with her divorce.” Randy noted that he is also affected with the situation saying, “Enough is enough.”

People reported that Al Mana’s legal counsel issued a statement saying that the businessman will not be replying to these claims and allegations.

Concert tour

Janet Jackson’s “State of the World” tour follows her previous sold-out show “Unbreakable” which started in 2015, KHOU.com reported. The show was filled with spectacular acts, including her performance of her hit singles.

The show also paid tribute to recent events by including images of Syrian refugees and terrorism. Some of the hits that were featured on the show were “Nasty,” “Pleasure Principle,” “Well Traveled” and “Control,” KHOU.com added.