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John Mayer shares his reaction to Jessica Simpson’s Memoir Revelations

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John Mayer says he didn’t need to read about his relationship with Jessica Simpson in her recently released tell-all – he was there.

The singer accompanied Andy Cohen to a virtual video chat See what’s happening live On Wednesday evening and during a game of “Never Have I Ever”, the subject revolved around his ex’s new memoirs. Open book, in which she describes the ups and downs of her turbulent relationship.





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“I heard about it,” Mayer admitted. “I heard a few little things.”

In the book, Simpson describes how insecure I felt about her relationship with Mayer “when I relied on alcohol to mask my nerves” and accused him of separating her from Tony Romo and playing with her relationship, to “torture yourself enough to get good material.”

For his part, Mayer says he is not looking for details from Simpson’s side of the story. “As Pee-Wee Herman says Pee-Wees great adventure Before the film of his life is finally played, he doesn’t see the film and because of the reason he doesn’t see the film, he says, “I don’t have to see it, Dottie, I lived it.” “he said to Cohen.” And I think that’s foresighted here. “

in the Open book, Simpson remembers that the last straw in her relationship with Mayer was when he called her in an interview with “sexual napalm” playboy.

“The guy climbed into the school intercom and said I was crazy in bed. I didn’t accept his apology,” she writes. “I deleted all of his contact information from my phone. I was done with this man in a way I never thought possible. When he turned to me, I changed my number and email address.”

She notes in the book that Mayer has “publicly apologized for the comments” – he said The New York Times that he was “far out of contact” in a 2017 interview – and adds that she’s grown up since then.

“I know he apologized publicly and I don’t want to take that away from him,” she admits. “I think he already knows a lot about me, but he doesn’t know the perspective that I have as a woman. That was Jess in her 20s.”

“He loved me as he could, and I loved this love for a long time. Too long,” she adds. “And I went back and forth with it for a long time. But it controlled me.”

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