Jesy Nelson takes aim at exes in her heartbreak album, as she longs for love openly in a letter


Jesy, an ex-star of Little Mix, sings about being no longer loved in one heartbreak song while singing in another in an open letter to a former lover.

Sean Sagar, Love Island’s actor and Chris Hughes from Love Island might log off social media when Jesy Nelson releases his album next year.

According to reports, the ex-Little Mix star takes aim at her exes with a new heartbreak ballad.

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“Sorry that you’re back so soon, it’s OK, we have been expecting you,” she croons.

While another is an open letter to a former lover as she sings: “Did you take her with you to the place you told me you loved me?”

A source told the publication that Jesy is “Really proud of her new music and the fact that she has completed five songs.

The Mirror reached out to Jesy’s representatives for comment.

Friends of Jesy said last month that Jesy was eager for the feud with her ex-members from Little Mix to end. She feels it is. “getting a bit much”.

After stating that her time in Boyz had been a drain on her mental health, the 30-year-old singer quit the band in December 2013.

However, the split seemed to become acrimonious when Jesy’s debut track – featuring Nicki Mnaj – was released. Leigh Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall, all unfollowed Jesy on Instagram.

This happened after Jesy herself deleted her page. She now follows only 21 people on social media, including Nicki Minaj and Jade.

Later, Leigh Anne’s messages were leaked online by a user who claimed to be Jesy, a Little Mix singer. “horrible person”.

Jesy is told by a close source that there was an altercation between her and her former bandmates. “last thing she wanted”believes that the “fans deserve better”.

They spoke to The Mirror: “The last thing she wanted was to be embroiled in a Little Mix vs Jesy feud.

“She believes that everyone can live together in this industry, despite the differences. Fans deserve better. It’s all getting a bit much.”