Nick Jonas Losing Christian Image as 'Racy' Music Video Set to Release
Carrie DedrickReligious persecution, missions, Christianity around the world
- 2014 Jul 25
Nick Jonas, the youngest sibling of former pop band The Jonas Brothers, is set to release a new solo music video and sources say it might destroy his Christian image.
The Jonas Brothers dissolved in Oct. 2013 as the brothers decided to go their separate ways in the professional world. Now the youngest brother is preparing to release a single of his own called “Chains.” According to Breathecast.com, the new music video is going to express his dissatisfaction with the years spent as the wholesome “character” of Nick Jonas.
A source told the New York Post that Jonas "has emancipated himself from the squeaky-clean shackles of former purity ring-wearing boy band The Jonas Brothers."
"Nick has spent years experiencing a burden that's hard to explain. He feels free now for the first time in his life. He's making music he believes in. He's done saying sorry for everything and trying to be perfect. He's just going to be himself. If people like him, great. If not, he's done giving a [expletive]."
The Jonas brothers were previously known for their Christian upbringing; the group wore purity rings and spoke openly about their decisions to wait until marriage to have sex, but discarded the rings later on.
An official release date for the music video has yet to be set.
Publication date: July 25, 2014