Charlene White has appeared to hit out a livestream believed to be one between Nicki Minaj and Jesy Nelson.
Former Little Mix star Jesy, 30, and rapper Nicki, 38, went on an Instagram live together to talk to their combined 168.1 million fans about their collaborative song Boyz on Monday 11 October.
During the conversation, brunette beauty Jesy told their legion of followers that she "never ever" meant to offend anyone with her tan and curly hair amid accusations that she appeared to "blackfish" – which means to accuse someone of pretending to have Black or mixed race heritage – in the video to her new single.
While discussing their work together, Nicki appeared to hit out at women who speak behind the backs of other people, branding them "jealous clowns".
The speech came after TikTok user NoHun, whose real name is Raurie Williams, took to social media to claim to his 343,000 fans that in shared screenshots of messages he apparently received from 28 year old Leigh-Anne Pinnock's account, she allegedly called Jesy a "horrible" person. It is not known who amongst Leigh-Anne's entourage has access to her social media account.
The messages claimed that NoHun "should create a video around Jesy blackfishing".
Now, Loose Women presenter Charlene, 41, has taken to her Twitter feed to share: "*That* IG live is just… wow. Hugely embarrassing."
Many of her 52,200 followers were quick to comment as many believed she was talking about Jesy and Nicki's livestream together.
After one person asked: "Who is this about?" another replied: "Nicki Minaj, Jesy and Little Mix because Nicki is supporting a white woman (Jesy) who's black fishing and attacking a real black woman (Leigh Anne)."
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Another offered their own opinion about what happened: "I think Nicki was actually the worst in all of this – she’s stirring up controversy. Jesy I think was kinda too intimidated to correct anything and just really stayed quiet – my reading on it".
A third shared: "Would of had a lot more respect for Jesy if she had taken accountability for what she’s doing instead of victim playing. She had many opportunities to speak up in that live and defend her “friend” of 10 years".
While a fourth added: "100%! How anyone involved in this whole campaign thought that would do any favours is a total mystery".
OK! Online has approached Charlene's representatives for further comment.
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