Jessie J Loses Her Rag About Twitter Users… On Twitter

Jessie J has torn a strip or two off all those people who dared to question the quality on prime time TV’s second favourite show, The X Factor. On which she was awful. Not even a tiny bit awful like this week’s reject, Janet Devlin.

It was worse than if Whitney Houston’s coked almost of existence performance had sexy love bumps with Robbie Williams’ X Factor attempt, died and made Britney Spears’ Womanizer performance its legal guardian.

It was that bad.

Still, you’re not allowed to criticise the J-Meister, especially not if you’re totes famous like she apparently is. On Twitter, she launched a “stinging” tirade:

“It’s funny that people that follow you tweet you don’t @ you when there slagging you off. I WAS pitchy last night and it’s the first thing I said when I came off stage. The track was so low in my ears I couldn’t hardly hear it. I am a realist and I’m NOT perfect. I’m growing and learning and I’d rate half the artists more if they had the guts to say shit to my face…”

Which is quite a rant and definitely more than 140 characters, although Jessie is known for singing more notes than are necessary, so it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. She popped on a leotard before continuing:

“I over sang at points yes I wasn’t in tune the whole song yes and I’m confident to put that out there. It’s important to know your qualities but also know where things can be improved. I don’t wanna be an artist put in a bubble.”

Which is good because having a chin as sharp as hers will be a definite downside in a bubble.

So there you have it: Jessie J wants you to slag her off to her face, and she is able to say a sentence that has nothing to do with her broken foot. It’s like an early Christmas miracle isn’t it?

Give her all that you’ve got. She clearly wants to hear it.

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Comments

  1. pwe says

    You’re a nob head. It was a stunning performance, slightly out first chorus, yes, no trademark 6 second sustained note on the lyric, a smile, that’s my home, gymnastic flurry instead, but other than that – bloody knee knockingly brilliant. And since when has the tweets of a few non-musician arm chair critics been a reliable source of information. The News outlets are using negative tweets as a credible source yet the positive tweets far out weight the negative in volume. Even on an off day Jessie J can chew bubble gum and kick bum bum, out-singing the biggest stars at four thousand paces, usually while lying on the floor. Seriously though, is this a real site or a joke one?