Jessie J, the 33-year-old singer, and songwriter has taken to social media to share photos of her pregnancy journey on Instagram. While many of her followers celebrated the intimate moments captured, some accused her of sharing an inappropriate photo that showed her nude body.
The singer clapped back at her critics, stating that she wanted to remember this feeling forever. She further added that anyone who commented “inappropriate” on the post likely zoomed in before commenting. Many of her followers came to her defense, praising her for sharing her journey with them and calling out those who criticized her.
Jessie J Takes a Social Media Break
The Price Tag singer announced on Saturday that she would be taking a social media break. It is unclear whether the decision was linked to the drama surrounding the “inappropriate” photo.
The break comes after the singer announced that she was pregnant again in January, following a miscarriage in late 2021.
The singer revealed that she had chosen to have a baby on her own, as it was something she had always wanted, and that life is short.
Jessie J Talks About Coping with Grief After Miscarriage
Jessie J has shared a heartfelt message about coping with grief, describing it as something that can “swallow us whole.”
The singer, who is currently expecting her first child with boyfriend Chanan Safir Colman, suffered a miscarriage in November 2021.
She recently shared a video of herself performing her song Flashlight, where she spoke about how grief is a “s****y, weird and very personal journey.”
She further added that it can be consuming, dark, and lonely, and something that many of us have in common but have to navigate uniquely.
Jessie J Reveals She’s Expecting a Baby Boy and Filming a Documentary
Jessie J announced in February that she is expecting a baby boy and has filmed a forthcoming documentary that will chronicle her return to music as she becomes a mother.
She admitted that her mind hasn’t fully processed the happy news since she suffered her miscarriage.
In November, she reflected on her miscarriage, calling grief a “weird and personal journey” and stating that it gave her strength, wisdom, empathy, and gratitude.