This is what I keep returning to. And yes, it wasn't Justin who had her blacklisted, but it's the fact that it was Janet who suffered the entire fallout while his career went to greater heights afterward despite being the literal instigator of the event.
It's one thing that she never scored another Top 10 hit after that even though she was still at the height of her commercial powers, it's another thing entirely that the previous 15 years of a groundbreaking, legendary career in music was completely wiped from the history books. Recurrent airplay, video recognition, all of it just gone. Songs that should still be omnipresent are no longer there. That's legacy. That's the shit that was erased. Her monumental influence in pop music will forever be overshadowed. How is Justin, or anyone involved in her downfall, going to fix it? That's what I want to know.