Jesy Nelson shows off her huge lips after parting ways with her Record label Polydor after just 14 months,
The 31-year-old popstar looked glamorous as she showed off her perfect pout in her latest post.
The star wore a white plunging bralette for a short clip from her bed.
Jesse looked in good spirits as he looked at the camera and told fans: “The stomach is full and I’ve never felt happier.
His shocking post comes after insiders said that the former Little Mix star decided to walk away from his deal to start a fresh start.
Jesse first left Little Mix in December 2020, saying she could no longer handle the pressure of being in a girl group.
She signed a major solo deal with Polydor Records in May last year, which also stars Billie Eilish and Sam Fender, but has released only one single, Boyz.
Both the follow-up track for the Boyz, which peaked at number 4 on the charts, and their most anticipated debut album, have been delayed.
Music insiders have now revealed that Jesse and Polydor have split and are no longer working together.
Jesse has since also been removed from Polydor’s talent roster on their website.
A source said: “Jesse decided it was the right time for her to take a clean break.
“He and the label have been going in different directions in recent months. And when that didn’t work, Jesse realized it was better to start anew now—while all were still friends.
“Jesse enjoyed his time with Polydor – but seems, instead of going together with such different musical ideas for the future, he is now unable to fully develop his ideas as an individual artist. want to be able.”
A spokesperson for Jessie said: “Jesse Nelson feels it is now right for him to move in a new direction. As a result, he has decided to leave the company with Polydor.
Jesse is in Los Angeles working on new music for most of this year.
The singer, who was on Little Mix with Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards, has been working with several producers and writers—including Tyla Parks, who co-wrote the band’s smash hit Sweet Melody.
Last month, The Sun revealed how Jesse’s new music was pushed back after he failed to come up with working songs for Polydor.
A source at the time said: “After releasing Boyz last year, Jesse narrated early versions of songs he came up with to the label.
“The owners were sure there was potential but they wanted it to go back to the drawing board. They felt it would benefit the tracks – so that’s what they did.”
A Polydor spokesperson said: “Polydor has parted ways amicably with Jesse. We have had a lot of fun working with him and everyone at the label wishes him the very best for the future.”