Jessica Simpson responded to fans’ concerns after the singer shared a Pottery Barn video ad that went viral last week.
On Sunday, Simpson took to her Instagram to address her haters while also revealing that she has been sober for the past five years.
“As much as I’ve learned to block out the destructive noise… people’s comments and judgments can still hurt a lot,” she wrote, singing along to herself in her music studio. “The most important thing I’ve learned in the last 5 years of alcohol-free escapism is that I can and will always get away with it.”
She continued, “I feel sorry for the ideological hatred that some people on social media or in the media in general can just brush it off with so much intensity.” No one is alone with this feeling I can promise you.
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Last week, Simpson teamed up with Pottery Barn for her latest ad that she’s starring in Birdie’s daughter the room
Although people in her comment section praised her child’s bedroom and her interior design skills, some fans were concerned with the singer’s prosperity.
A representative for Simpson did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.
“With respect…she looks weak,” one user wrote, while another said it looked like she was slurring her speech.
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Still, other users came to Simpson’s defense.
“It’s sad that all these comments are about her appearance. It’s nobody’s business. I wish people would be kinder,” one user wrote.
Back in March, the “With You” singer opened up about her sobriety journey.
“When I stopped drinking, it was because I stopped listening to the voice that I really trusted, and I was lost without him,” Simpson told The International at the time.
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