Pop singer Janet Jackson separated with billionaire husband Wissam Al Mana three months after she gave birth to their first child. In turn, some people called her a gold digger — even though she is wealthy herself.  

Jackson, 50, is worth an estimated $175 million, while her estranged husband, 42, has an estimated net worth of $1 billion. The two combined have a net worth of $1. 15 billion. Al Mana earned his riches as an executive director of a company named, Al Mana Group, which is based in Qatar. 

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Al Mana Group has real estate holdings across the Middle East and owns many high-ends brands, such as Giorgio Armani, Hermes and Roberto Cavalli. It also has holdings with various of restaurants. 

When rumors swirled Jackson may get up to $500 million as part of the prenuptial agreement, some netizens accused her of being a gold digger. For those who don't know, the term "Gold Digger" means, "A person who dates others purely to extract money from them, in particular, a woman who strives to marry a wealthy man."

Jackson and Al Mana secretly married in 2012. 

People Magazine confirmed the split Sunday. One source said the split was amicable, while another said the two were having trouble for some months, as per Page Six

"She thought he had become too controlling during the pregnancy and she had already allowed him to dictate her appearance and even the way she performed at concerts," the source close to the couple told Page Six Sunday.

The Grammy winner will reportedly live in London with her son,  Eissa Al Mana, according to The Daily Mail. "They're both busy people but determined to be good parents, even if they're apart. It's amicable and Eissa will stay with his mother, who is basing herself in London," a source told the British newspaper Sunday.

The "I Get Lonely" star marriage to Al Mana was her third. Jackson was previously married to singer James DeBarge and dancer René Elizondo, Jr.