'Together Again': Janet Jackson And Jermaine Dupri Are Officially Dating Again

It's cuffing season and it looks like Janet Jackson will have someone to keep her warm during these cold months.

The "No Sleep" singer recently wrapped the United States leg of her State of the World Tour on Sunday at STK.

The dancer was rejoicing about new beginnings, but she wasn't doing so alone. At the show's after-party in Atlanta, the Grammy Award-winning singer was joined by none other than her old bae, Jermaine Dupri.

In 2009, the couple split after being together for seven years. In March 2016, during an interview with Power 105.1 FM's The Breakfast Club, the music producer responded to rumors about who was responsible for the split.

"I probably did, I'm a guy," Dupri said.

That's The Way Love Goes

In November, speculations grew as a source told E! News that the couple was "getting close again." Now, it seems that the speculations are true.  At Jackson's after-party, a source told Us Weekly that the two were cuddled up and holding hands.

The couple's reunion comes after her split from her husband Wissam Al Mana. Jackson and Mana split in April 2017. Mana is the father of Jackson's 11-month-old son, Eissa.

The "Damn Baby" singer claims that she and Dupri did not communicate while she was with Mana. However, when Jackson's marriage ended, Dupri decided to shoot his shot. The two are reportedly dating and getting to know each other all over again.

In an exclusive interview, Dupri made it obvious that he was definitely keeping an eye on his ex. Jackon probably appreciated the feedback from her good friend.

"I haven't seen it. But I have seen a couple clips from the show. The tour looks good," Dupri said.

 After their 2009 split, Jackson told Atlanta's The Bert Show at that time that they are good friends and still connected.

"I love him to death. We're still connected. We're still good friends. We still talk." Jackson stated.

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