Social Media Snubs: Harry James And Jesy Nelson Have Unfollowed Each Other

Social Media Snubs: Harry James And Jesy Nelson Have Unfollowed Each Other
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It has been reported that Jesy Nelson and her on and off boyfriend Harry James have unfollowed one another on social media and are no longer on speaking terms.

Jesy, 30, who just returned to social media, is rumoured to be in the process of reorganising her team in preparation for the relaunch of her solo career. She is 30 years old.

In addition, according to The Sun, the former Little Mix star has expelled her boyfriend from her inner group as part of the reorganisation.

The music video for Jesy's debut single, 'Boyz,' was directed by Harry, a 28-year-old music director who was credited as the sole editor, despite the fact that the video was highly controversial.

The video drew a mixed reception from fans after it was released in October of last year.

When Jesy debuted as a solo artist, some fans hailed her success, while others accused her of "black fishing" on-screen. Jesy promptly responded to the accusations, saying she is "quite aware" that she is "a white British woman."

"It may appear nasty, but it's all in the name of business," a source told the newspaper The Sun. The bottom conclusion is that the video came dangerously close to derailing her hopes of pursuing a solo career.

A change was required, and this was one of those changes. Because of their history, it was determined that a working split was necessary."

The couple first began dating in 2017, while Jesy was still a member of the pop group Little Mix, but they ended their romance less than a year after they began.

Although the duo rekindled their tight relationship last August, they took advantage of the opportunity to go on a romantic vacation together before filming the 'Boyz' video.

Following Rak-Su frontman Myles Stephenson's claim that his band was "caught in the crossfire" following Little Mix's feud with Simon Cowell, the news of Jesy's disbandment has emerged.

In 2011, after signing with the record company Syco, the girl group chose to depart the label due to an apparent falling out with the firm's founder, Simon.

"Initially, we were definitely with Syco, and they had a falling out with Little Mix, didn't they?" Myles stated in an exclusive interview with OK! magazine.

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"And we were caught in the crossfire since we were under the same management as Little Mix," says the singer. After that, we signed with RCA, but things just didn't work out for whatever reason.

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