Janet Jackson’s nephew TJ didn’t mince words while recently sharing his opinion on how she performs, but fans are backing her.

Page Six reported that TJ, whose father is Janet’s older brother Tito Jackson, took to Twitter on Monday to reveal his thoughts on his aunt’s stage performances after watching a video of her singing “Would You” in concert.

According to Page Six, the video, which has since been restricted, shows the “All for You” hitmaker dancing seductively. It even shows her pretending to perform oral sex on a fan.

“I never liked when she did this in concerts either,” TJ tweeted. “I don’t like when females are overly sexualized in art…it degrades and objectify’s women in a way that’s not healthy. I prefer the ‘That’s The Way Love Goes’ Janet.”

While replying to a user, TJ reiterated his distaste for some of his aunt’s performances, stating that “it just diminishes her amazing talent.”

He then shared that the “Control” singer “got a lot dirtier” than her late brother Michael Jackson, who, according to one Twitter user, “was humping the floor” in his performance.

“I’ve traveled and seen how black women are treated better outside the states,” TJ tweeted. “They are truly and rightfully celebrated more and I believe it has a lot to do with how we allow ourselves to be projected here.”

The 3T member went on to call out Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s 2020 hit “WAP” for not being an example for women.

He wrote, “I love black women. I wish you would respect the black women we put in our music videos and if you are really serious about making a difference stop supporting the negative image many female black celebs today portray. WAP was not a good look.”

He later added, “My aunt is an icon and will always be admired & loved by me. My issue is with WAP & the message it sends our impressionable girls both visually & audibly. Constant repetitive “hoes in this house” isn’t the most empowering message to send to our young girls.”

Fans supported Janet and criticized TJ for a sentiment that some thought was sexist.