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Pop favourites Little Mix are set to release their new single Cut You Off from their new album Between Us and it appears there may be a swipe within the song to their ex-bandmate Jesy Nelson.
The three remaining band members took to Little Mix’s official Instagram page to share a video about their new release with their 14.9 million followers.
Jade Thirwall, Leigh Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards shared the black and white video to talk about their new single Cut You Off.
They captioned the video: “Anddd the next new song on Between Us is… Cut You Off Can't wait to share this with you on 12.11. Link in bio.”
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The trio talk about the recording of the new track “being like therapy”.
Jade, 28, tells fans: “Cut You Off was written a couple of months ago in a session with Lost Boy and Lauren Aquilina. It was kind of like a therapy session writing Cut You Off actually.”
Perrie, also 28, jumped in: “You let it all out, it’s a safe space.”
Jade continued: “I love Cut You Off because it’s just a really good, solid, manic pop song.”
In the song, Little Mix sing: “How did we get here; We used to be so cool; Nothing lasts forever but I really thought we could; I know there’ll be tears but it’s worth the broken heart; If I can’t protect my energy, I gotta cut you off.”
The girls do not talk in the video about who the song is aimed at but it didn’t stop fans wondering if some of the lyrics referred to former member Jesy, 30, on social media.
One fan asked the question: “So is this about Jesy?”
While another speculated: “Imagine this was aimed at Jesy.”
OK! has contacted Little Mix and Jesy Nelson’s representatives for comment.
The new single from Little Mix comes just as Jesy has unveiled her debut solo single Boyz with rapper Nicki Minaj.
Jesy took to her Instagram on Saturday to share the cover art for the song which featured her and Nicki posing next to each other.
"ITS TIME @nickiminaj 8.10.21 #Boyz,” the singer wrote.
The star also recently confessed she was excited to finally have creative control over her career and song choices.
"For me, this is the music that I've always wanted to make,” she said in another video.
"You can genuinely believe something up," the star later added.
"If you want it you can make it happen – you can manifest it."
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