Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock delivered a tearful speech at her 30th birthday celebrations this weekend, telling her family and friends: "I know my character."
You can watch the emotional video below:
Leigh-Anne was celebrating her 30th at the weekend when she gave the speech with fiancé Andre Gray by her side.
She said: "I’m 30 years old, I know my character, you all know my character, everyone who meets me knows my character. That’s all I care about.
"I’m so proud of everything I’ve achieved. The most beautiful fiancé who I’m still pretty much obsessed with after five years."
Leigh-Anne then gave a special mention to her and Andre's twins, who they welcomed in August.
"And best believe everything I stand for, everything I’m fighting for, is for them. And I will never stop. I’ve found my voice now and I will continue to use it. Now tonight, we celebrate life, family, good health. I love you all," she continued.
Fans have interpreted the speech as referencing the ongoing drama between Leigh-Anne and former bandmate Jesy Nelson.
Tensions have been rising over the last couple of weeks, after Jesy released her new solo single with Nicki Minaj, titled Boyz.
Following the release of the music video, TikToker @nohun_ claimed Leigh-Anne had sent DMs allegedly calling Jesy a "blackfish" and "horrible person".
Jesy - and Nicki - hit back on Instagram over the 'blackfishing' allegations by posting a live stream of them discussing the video.
Blackfishing is a term which describes a white person taking on black cultural references for their own gain.
But the conversation turned sour after Nicki also called Leigh-Anne a "clown" for the alleged messages.
"You don't have to come out and try to ruin anyone," Nicki said. "Let her [Jesy] have her time. If you was in this woman's group and you ain't talk about this sh*t for 10 years and as soon as you see she's got a video coming out with Nicki Minaj and Puffy now you're sending the stations text messages and all this sh*t."