Leigh-Anne Pinnock is satisfied racism stored her off Capital FM’s sexiest feminine record for years.
The Little Combine star spoke out towards radio station bosses forward of the discharge of her new BBC documentary Leigh-Anne: Race, Pop & Energy, and admitted the actual fact her bandmates have been included yearly made her really feel one thing wasn’t “proper”.
“There was one time when a radio station, they have been doing ‘sexiest feminine’. They’d do it yearly and all the opposite women had been nominated each single yr aside from me,” the Black Magic hitmaker mentioned forward of the present’s debut on Thursday, in keeping with The Solar newspaper. “And it obtained to possibly 2017 or one thing and I lastly obtained nominated. It is these little issues that you simply look again on and also you suppose, ‘There’s one thing not proper right here’.”
The singer, 29, who’s anticipating her first little one with soccer star fiance Andre Grey, lastly gained Capital’s Sexiest Feminine in 2018, however insisted there was a purpose she hadn’t been nominated for a few years whereas bandmates Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, and Jade Thirlwall have been.
“Racism is in each single business. There must be extra variety in each office,” she added.