Little Mix's Leigh Anne Pinnock addresses haters in tearful speech at 30th birthday party 1 month ago

Little Mix's Leigh Anne Pinnock addresses haters in tearful speech at 30th birthday party

Fans are speculating Leigh-Anne was alluding to a recent video where she was mocked by Jesy Nelson and Nicky Minaj.

Leigh Anne Pinnock broke down in tears during a speech hitting back at haters as she celebrated her 30th birthday this weekend.

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Last week, the singer was subject to criticism from Nicki Minaj on Instagram Live, where the rapper discussed alleged messages from Leigh-Anne calling Jesy Nelson a "horrible person" amid Blackfishing claims.

Nicki defended Jesy and called Leigh-Anne out, referring to her as a "clown".

"Take them text messages and shove it up your f**king ass," she said. "If that's how you felt, why were you kiki'ing with her and being in the videos with her for 10 years?

Now, all of a sudden she's not in a video with you, you have some negative things to do and say? Stop."

The new mum to twins seemingly addressed the drama in her emotional speech.

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"I’m 30 years old. I know my character, you know my character, anyone that meets me knows my f**king character," she said.

"That’s all I care about. I am so proud of everything I have achieved; a beautiful fiancé I’m pretty much obsessed with, and the two most perfect f**king babies.

"Everything I stand for, everything I am fighting for, it is for them and I will never stop. I have found my voice now and I will continue to use it. Tonight we celebrate life, health, good friends, and amazing family – I love you all."

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Leigh-Anne's fiance, Andre Gray, stood by her side as she delivered the emotional speech, before grabbing the microphone at the end to issue a warning.

"If anyone has anything to say, come and find me," he said. "The one thing I will do in my life is to protect my family.

"If you blogger d**kheads want to come and talk, if you try and disrespect my baby mama, my wife, my kids, there is going to be a problem."

The speech, uploaded to Instagram by Leigh-Anne's sister, has since gone viral, with many people praising the singer for standing up for herself.

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