Jesy Nelson released his new single Boyz on Friday — and celebrated with a release party with close friends.
The former Little Mix band member took to her social media to inform fans about the bash with huge bottles of vodka and cocktails.
Jesse, 30, released his first solo single with rap star Nicki Minaj this week, rapidly reaching the top of the global charts.
The singer celebrated over the weekend with some of her closest friends, sipping a drink at a luxurious nightclub.
Jesse can be seen posing with his friends, who wore t-shirts with album covers for their hit single Boys, back and front.
“I literally have the best friends in the world,” she captioned a video of a friend dancing next to a candlelit dessert plate.
Jesse shared clips of their dance at the club as the group sipped cocktails and opened a large bottle of vodka.
Her friends posted photos of the giant wine bottle that sat in the middle of their table as they celebrated Jesse “going to number one in 38 countries”.
If things weren’t enough, the singing sensation had cast shots for her friends as the early hours of Saturday morning began.
The party didn’t stop until 4 a.m., when Jesse concluded his night by posting a video of 38-year-old rapper Nicky celebrating the release of his hit single.
Despite his single’s first success, his former Little Mix bandmates ignored his release because he instead promoted his own music on Instagram.
It comes as Jesse released the Boyz after months of delay – and 10 months later he sensationally left the girl group back in December.
The band did not acknowledge their debut with their official Instagram page, instead sharing a link on their website, as they told followers: “The signed between us records are only live for a few more hours”.
Meanwhile, Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall both reposted tweets about Little Mix’s success to their Instagram Stories, with one that read: “Hits like confetti, @LittleMix top 40 biggest hits of 2021 so far The song continues its winning streak with two singles.
The second read: “@LittleMix crosses 6.5 billion views on YouTube, 4th women’s group to achieve this.”
Leigh-Anne Pinnock didn’t share the plug, but posted a video of a touching poem that mentioned racism in her story.
Her decision to ignore Jesse’s solo single came after fans noticed that she hadn’t publicly acknowledged that Leigh-Anne and Perry had a baby back in August.
However, she made reference to Little Mix in her new music video, which is a direct copy of Diddy’s 2001 Bad Boys for Life hit.
Mocking his controversial departure from the group, Diddy makes a cameo in the video and jokes about several of his previous names – including Puff Daddy, Pee Diddy and Sean Combs.
Addressing Jesse, he quipped: “Jizzy, Jessie, Little Mix, whatever you’re calling yourself these days.”
Prior to its release, Jesse admitted that there was a “distance” between him and his former bandmates – adding that it was after spending nine years in each other’s pockets after shooting for fame on The X Factor. was “weird”.
He said glamour At the time: “I haven’t talked to girls. It’s weird because for so many years we were close like sisters, together every hour of the week, sharing the bed, laughing, crying just round the clock four of us together and then Just nothing.”
Jesse left the group due to the “emotional toll” on his mental health, talking openly about his battle with relentless trolling and weight insecurities in the past.