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Nessa Barrett drops teaser of her debut song Pain

The rising star Nessa Barrett has apparently left the TikTok app, but not the TikTok community. She dated Josh Richards of the Sway House for a few months. However, the favorite duo confirmed their breakup in a YouTube video a few weeks back. The internet could not forgive Nessa though, when Chase Hudson tweeted that he kissed Nessa. It’s all so complicated but we cannot stress enough on the fact that people need to stop this cancel culture. Nessa is trying to move on with her life and focus on her future. She is still friends with Josh. And she is working on her music career as well. After Dixie D’Amelio’s Be Happy broke the internet, will Nessa’s Pain beat her record?

Nessa Barrett drops teaser of her upcoming track: Pain

Nessa’s debut song is titled Pain. Her true fans consider it a perfect title as she is going through a rough patch in her personal life. Nessa Barrett has been hit by many hate comments from the last couple of months. The reasons include Nessa making a TikTok on a Quranic verse, that she later apologized for.

Some people also blamed her for causing a rift between Chase Hudson and Charli D’Amelio. It got worse when Chase confirmed that he kissed Nessa after her breakup. And Josh didn’t like that at all. His fans are still not over it and they still throw hate at her whenever they get a chance. The hatred has also led Nessa to delete all her previous tweets, and post a minimum of content on her social media profiles.

Considering all that has been happening with her personal life and now her celebrity life, Nessa’s Pain holds a special place. It might also cover her post-breakup phase. She dropped the teaser recently, and it is pretty good, to be honest.


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From her previous teasers, some of her fans believe she sings like Billie Eilish. What do you guys think of the teaser? It looks dope as per my opinion. Do share yours in the comments below.