Little Mix star Leigh-Anne Pinnock’s mum has hit out at Columbia Records for their ‘lack of promotion’ over the band.
The four-piece – made up of Leigh-Anne, Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall and Jesy Nelson – delighted us all with the release of their sixth album, Confetti.
Side note: It’s filled with some absolute bangers.
However, Debbie Pinnock hit out at their US record label for how the promotion has been handled in America.
Taking to Twitter, she penned: ‘@ColumbiaRecords @LittleMix Surprised at how they are getting no promo from you as their label in USA when they are on the verge of probably their most successful era,’ she wrote alongside a string of confused emoji.
‘Be interesting to know.’
The Columbia Records Twitter account has yet to publicly reply to Debbie’s post, but fans were thrilled at the tweet.
Flooding the replies, one wrote: ‘Omggg yes Debbie go off expose them.’
‘DEBBIE IF LITTLE MIX DO THEIR OWN LABEL PLS BE THEIR MANAGER ILY,’ another begged.
‘Tell em Debbie, we’re fed up,’ a follower commented.
A Twitter user replied: ‘THE MOST SUCCESSFUL YOUR DAMN RIGHT DEB! Hahaha xx.’
Little Mix’s Confetti album soared up the charts when it was released, and is currently in second place behind Kylie Minogue’s Disco.
The offering has raised some eyebrows over the raciest lyrics, with the Shout Out To My Ex singers belting out songs about one night stands and sex.
Speaking about the adult nature of some tracks, Perrie explained they are always mindful of their younger fans.
‘I think there’s a way of doing it, there’s being really cheeky and being a bit naughty but not full out saying it,’ she told Metro.co.uk.
‘It’s just getting clever with the lyrics and I think we’ve done that a lot in the past because we know we have a young fan base but we’re women.’
‘So two of us being 30 in the group…,’ she continued, ‘we’re mature women, we want to talk about naughty things but we like to respect our fans as well.’
Well, we love all the tracks.
Credit: Original article published here.