Jesy Nelson, a native of Essex, made a geographical error this weekend when she stated that Kent was in Essex. Is this a mistake, or is she lying to her new boyfriend?
The “Boyz” singer, 31, recorded a conversation with her new boyfriend, Zion Foster, who inquired about the star’s hometown by asking which towns qualify as Essex.
She then claimed that he was from the county because he lived in Kent, incorrectly equating Kent with Chelmsford because they were both in Essex. Jesy and Zion were teasing each other while he imitated an Essex accent and inquired about the county.
The R&B singer asked his girlfriend a question after informing her that he had one:
“Where exactly is Essex?”
The former Little Mix star replied:
“Where you live. Baby, you live in Kent – that’s Essex. So you technically are an Essex boy.”
“So I think you need to change this clobber that you’ve got on for a Ralph Lauren top, you’re an imposter.”
Jesy claimed that Kent was in Essex, despite the fact that the two counties are about 50 minutes apart and in different parts of the country.
The singer was born in Romford and now lives in a luxurious home in Essex while also spending time in Los Angeles. Her blunder occurred after she allegedly began filming a music video with her ex-boyfriend Harry James for her unreleased new single.
Following her departure from record label Polydor this year, Jesy Nelson is expected to release her first single since her debut song Boyz in 2021. And it appears her ex-boyfriend Harry, who “masterminded” the contentious Boyz music video, is back on board for the second track. Harry began dating Jesy in 2017, and the couple dated for 16 months before splitting up; however, they have worked together on numerous occasions since then. According to The Sun, Jesy shot the video under the supervision of Harry.
Jesy Nelson previously gave fans a tour of the room she intends to turn into a home recording studio. Jesy Nelson’s fans have noticed that she has kept some Little Mix memorabilia in her home after leaving the band at the end of 2020.
Jesy took her fans on a tour of her home on Instagram Stories, where she revealed her plans to build a recording studio in one of her spare rooms. As the singer ascended a flight of stairs, fans noticed album covers and framed posters in the background.
Jesy left Little Mix in 2020, citing a negative impact on her mental health, and launched her solo career the following year, releasing the single “Boyz.” She later left her record label, Polydor, to pursue independent recording opportunities.