It’s shutting down. Jesse J. Asked if she was pregnant, she told fans to “just stop” commenting on her body
“Stop commenting on human weight, anyone. Stop, ”the“ price tag ”singer, 34, wrote on Thursday, March 31 through her Instagram story. “Or telling someone that they definitely look pregnant, or make you look thin, anything, just stop. I see it a lot in social media and I know it happens in real life. “
Jesse went on to say that when he has gained some weight recently, he feels “great” and is not worried about it. “I don’t think until I feel better and I’m healthy,” he argued.
Although she is not bothered by any changes in her body, this has not deterred others from giving her unsolicited advice. “Someone literally asked me if I was pregnant,” the “Domino” actor claimed. “And they knew what I was going through last year and they told me their thoughts about it and how I should have handled it. So strange and so brave, I will never do it. “
In November 2021, Jesse revealed that he had suffered an abortion after years of trying to start a family. “I want to be honest and truthful and I don’t want to hide what I feel. I deserve that. I want to be like myself in this moment. Not just for the audience, but for myself and my little one who did it best, “he wrote via Instagram at the time.
Jesse continued: “I decided to have a baby of my own. Because that’s all I wanted and life is short. Getting pregnant was a miracle in itself and an experience I will never forget and I know I will have it again. I am still stunned, sadly irresistible. But I know I’m strong, and I know I’ll be fine. “
West End Veet’s recent interactions have led him to remind his social media followers that “commenting on someone else’s body” is “not bad.” He continued on Tuesday, “Unless they / I tell you [to] Or ask your opinion, it is not necessary or helpful. Some people don’t know that wild. “
In addition to discussing her 2021 abortion, Jesse was previously open about her fight with infertility. “I was told four years ago that I would never be able to have children,” the Voice UK judge told the audience during a concert in London in November 2018. “I wanted to write this song. [‘Four Letter Word’] In my moments of pain and sorrow for myself but to give myself joy, to give other people something that they can hear in the moment when it becomes really hard. So if you’ve ever felt anything with it or seen someone else go through it or have lost a child, please know that you are not alone in your pain and I think of you when I sing this song. “
In June 2019, Jesse admitted that she was not giving up hope of becoming a mother one day. “I’ve always been an open and honest person,” he told the “Heart Breakfast” radio podcast at the time. “Four, four and a half, five years ago, I was infected with this disease, which makes it more difficult. I was told I could not have children, but I did not believe it. I believe in miracles. I did not give up. “