Jessie J Claps Back At Haters Over Her Epic Tattoo Fail

Jessie J Claps Back At Haters Over Her Epic Tattoo Fail

If you stan Jessie J, you probably can’t get enough of her steamy bikini photos and body-positive Instagram posts (she’s known for sharing pics like this booty shot, and letting everyone know there’s nothing wrong with a little cellulite). Today, she gave her fans more to love with a bikini shot showing off her hip tattoo. First of […]

If you stan Jessie J, you probably can’t get enough of her steamy bikini photos and body-positive Instagram posts (she’s known for sharing pics like this booty shot, and letting everyone know there’s nothing wrong with a little cellulite). Today, she gave her fans more to love with a bikini shot showing off her hip tattoo.

First of all, Jessie’s body looks amazing in her light pink two-piece. You can see some words in script font with stars above them on her hip, partially covered by her bikini bottoms.

While she obviously looks beautiful, the really badass part about the post is her caption. She talks about her tat, saying “Yes, my tattoo says ‘Don’t loose who you are in the blur of the stars.’”

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Jessie says that these are her own lyrics from her song, “Who You Are.” And she calls out that she knows the word “loose” should be “lose.”

“Yes I spelt the tattoo wrong. Yes I repeat it’s spelt wrong. Yes I got it done in Essex. Yes the tattoo artist didn’t mention it. Yes I was 18,” she wrote.

Jessie went on to explain that she still doesn’t quite know the difference between “loose” and “lose,” and TBH, I have to think about it every time I write it, too.

The misspelled lyric tat is apparently why Jessie favours high-waisted bottoms too. She finished off the post by letting everyone know she doesn’t care if you think her boobs are small. “Don’t waste your time telling me like I don’t see them every day.”

Clearly, Jessie doesn’t care what any haters have to say about her body or her body art. And that’s pretty epic.

This article originally appeared on Women’s Health US. 

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