Ah, God bless Twitter. As a platform for a good old celebrity rant you can't beat it. Last week it was Jessie J getting all riled up about her fans being less than loving towards her boyfriend Luke James. The 26-year-old has admitted in the past that she sees Twitter as her "own platform to set the record straight" and that's exactly what she did.
Attacking people closest to me on Twitter and Insta because you believe a bull**** story. Doesn't make you a fan it makes you mean.— Jessie J (@JessieJ) March 21, 2015
Stop being noisy. Stop presuming. Stop spreading lies. And STOP saying it's because "I love you Jess" if you care then stop creating drama.— Jessie J (@JessieJ) March 21, 2015
Luke is an artist. We are separate people. His whole life isn't him and I. Respect his artistry and stop commenting on all his pictures.— Jessie J (@JessieJ) March 21, 2015
I don't usually get bothered by this stuff. But it's really annoying. For Luke and his devoted fans. They don't want to read it. It's boring— Jessie J (@JessieJ) March 21, 2015
We fell in love. We are in love. That's all you need to know. Taaaa Daaa— Jessie J (@JessieJ) March 21, 2015
Luckily Jessie's not so cross with her fans that she's going to stop giving them all sorts of treats. She loves a surprise gig, does Jessie, and yesterday she flew back to the U.K. from Australia, for a mere 24 hours, to perform on an open top London bus as part of McDonald's imlovinit campaign.
Photo credit: McDonald's/Facebook
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