This Pop Star just spoke out about her abortion regret and the pro-abortion culture of Hollywood

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It’s no secret that the vast majority of the entertainment industry is pro-abortion.

But many Americans don’t realize just how prevalent it is.

But now this pop star just spoke out about her abortion regret and the pro-abortion culture of Hollywood.

Kaya Jones is a singer, songwriter, producer, record label-owner and Grammy award-winner.

An accomplished big star with a big regret 

There is no question that pop star Kaya Jones has accomplished a lot in her storied career.

But the big star also has an ongoing and deep heartbreak and big regret.

She recently told pro-life activists assembled at the Walk for Life West Coast in San Francisco that her biggest regret and biggest heartbreak was having two abortions.

“I come from an industry that promotes abortion,” the former Pussycat Dolls star stated. “It is not something that is unspoken. If you want to have a baby and you want to be a recording artist and successful, they encourage that you abort,” she continued.

Jones explained how she started her career at 13 and signed with Capital Records when she was only 16 and then “was told that I needed to look the part, be the part, and ultimately was to ‘sell sex.’”

“Be visually stimulating to men,” is how Jones explained her instructions from the record label. “Be visually encouraging to young girls — that this is what you should be, and this is what beauty is.”

“Nothing could have been further from the truth,” Jones told the gathered pro-life activists.

No consent required to kill a child

She said she had her first abortion at age 16 and did not tell her parents since their consent was not required. “You don’t need consent to kill a child,” Jones said.

“It harmed me, and I felt as though someone took something that belonged in my body,” Jones said. “I remember waking up and feeling like someone took my rib or my kidney, and it was never going to come back.”

“Indeed it wasn’t. I don’t know the death date of my first child, and I will never know the birth date. And there’s no grave that I can go to to mourn the death,” she tearfully recalled.

By the age of 19 Jones was in the Pussycat Dolls, a popular group that sold millions of records, and she was at the pinnacle of her success.

At the height of all her fame, she got pregnant again. “This time I was told to get rid of it.”

“That’s what was told to me when I said I was pregnant,” Jones said. “It’s your career. Or your child.”

She regretfully chose her career, thinking she had to choose one or the other.

On her way from the abortion mill to a rehearsal, Jones said she was bleeding even as she danced and sang all day, and eventually was hemorrhaging.

Two days later Jones went on to perform in Las Vegas before 23,000 people in an event that was also live streamed to 33 million people worldwide.

She was still suffering from the effects of the abortion while performing, and she said, “As I continued to lose my baby, standing in the audience … there were two little girls in the front row that the Lord used to speak to me that day.”

It’s a spiritual battle

“The four-year-old looked at her mother and said ‘[Gasp] Mom, she’s a Pussycat Doll!’” Jones said. “That conviction from out of the mouth of babes hit me to my core.

“There was nothing that was beautiful about me in that moment. I was losing my child, and I had a responsibility to children and young women around the world.”

Jones said she realized at that very moment she was celebrating the wrong things. “This is a lie.”

“There’s nothing beautiful about it, no matter how much money you may have, no matter how much fame you may receive, no matter how many records you might sell … I have a Grammy, but none of it will bring my children back.”

Jones then said issues surrounding abortion are ultimately spiritual, “I know many people don’t want to talk about the darkness of abortion; they just want to sugarcoat — ‘Oh, hey, it’s just a clump of cells. It doesn’t matter.’

“It does matter. There’s spiritual ramifications.”

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.