When it comes to Little Mix, everything feels wrapped in drama, because of all that has been going on publicly. When Jesy Nelson left the band, it felt like a shift – as if the three that remained Leigh-Anne, Jade, and Perrie looked as if they weren’t carrying something extra on their shoulders.
And I don’t like to focus on what I don’t know, because it all gets complicated. I always say that there are three sides to every story – yours, mine, and the truth. And where as Perrie, Jade, and Leigh-Anne have been quiet on whatever is happening with them and Jesy, there is no surprise that it keeps coming up.
It’s the medias job to ask a lot of questions. But it doesn’t always mean that a person wants to talk about it.
“We don’t really want to dwell, because we have so much to celebrate as a three. We’ve dealt with it in the best way that we know how, and got each other through it. We don’t want to talk about the video, or be critical, but one thing we will clarify regarding the blackfishing situation is that Jesy was approached by the group in a very friendly, educational manner.” Jade said.
I have to admit that I love the fact that they don’t want to talk about it. Regardless of what we think about it, we’re not the ones living it. They are. It’s their personal business and we don’t have the right to automatically know everything.
And they have every right to be protective over how the feel.
Jesy was on The Graham Norton Show this past week and when asked about her relationship with the girls she said, “We’re not talking any more. It is sad but honestly there is no bad blood from my side, and I still love them to pieces and genuinely wish them all the best.”
Jesy then went on to say, “I loved my time with them, and we’ve got the most incredible memories together but it’s just one of those things which needs to take time, so who knows. To me they are still the sickest girl band in the world.”
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