Singer Jessica Simpson has claimed that she had been mentally abused by someone from her past. According to a source, Jessica alludes the abuse that she has experienced in one of her songs "Remember That" from her upcoming country album "Do You Know?"
To Elle magazine, Jessica said in conviction that most of the songs in her new album is the result of her own experience. "There's nothing on my album that you're gonna hear that I don't relate to or that I haven't experienced," said she in a statement.
As previously reported, Jessica has recorded a country album under Columbia Nashville label. The album is set to hit stores on September 9 this year while the first single "Come on Over" has been released in the United States this summer (May 27).
However, the woman whose previous album "A Public Affair" scanned a poor sale, has given her promotional on-stage country performance at the Country Thunder U.S.A. Festival in Randall, Wisconsin on Saturday (July 19). Rumor has flowed that she was greeted with harsh critics from country music fans in the concert which was then denied by her rep who said that she got an outstanding ovation instead of harsh critics. Furthermore, a source said that she indeed received favorable welcome because when she asked whether she should sing two more final songs or just one, the crowd shouted for 2.