Jessie J Has a Perfect Response to Comments Calling Her Nude Pregnancy Photos "Inappropriate"

Jessie J
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Nearing the end of her first trimester, Jessie J shared some photos on Instagram — including an artsy nude — of her growing baby bump, with the caption: "I just want to remember this feeling forever." Instead of sharing in her joy, trolls were quick to comment with a level of disapproval typically saved for Facebook.

The pregnant "Domino" singer took it in stride, editing her post shortly after, adding: "And anyone who has commented 'inappropriate' on this post. I bet you zoomed before you commented."

The photo under fire was of her naked reflection in the chrome tap of her bathtub. And for those who did zoom in, many were simply concerned about the quality of her bath. "Everyone freaking out about the type of pictures and I'm over here wondering why the tub isn't filled all the way," one commenter said. Another wrote, "I'm more concerned about the fact the water is so low."

But the "Price Tag" performer also received plenty of support from friends in the industry — like "Congratulations my love" from Billy Porter — and normies alike who were just stoked for her after a long fertility journey.

In November 2021, Jessie J experienced a pregnancy loss and decided to share it with the public in an effort to feel less isolated. "I could go through this moment right now today alone in private and usually do, but today I am here," she wrote on Instagram at the time. "Because I know thousands of people around the 🌎 feel just like I do. Maybe you read this and feel the love I have for you. I hope you can. Connecting is key. Hugging you all 🫂🤍."

Over a year after the miscarriage, she shared that she was expecting a baby. In the announcement, she wrote, "I am so happy and terrified to finally share this . . . Please be gentle with me."

Since then, the Grammy nominee has been pretty open about her experience, with a clear appreciation for every milestone along the way. "Take pictures," she wrote in a February Instagram post. "Take videos. Celebrate this moment. And if you haven't been told recently or at all. You are a f***ing G! You are incredible, on your rough days and your good days. You are beautiful. You are inspiring. You are doing it. Trust your body."