38-year-old country music singer Jana Kramer has made a name for herself thanks to hit singles such as “I Got The Boy” and “Why You Wanna.”
Kramer has a new single out, “Nicest Thing,” which is a sassy new take on a typical breakup song. The singer is promoting her new single with a sexy new Instagram photo.
Jana Kramer Looks Stunning In New Instagram Post
Jana Kramer posted a black and white photo to social media, of herself wearing denim cut off shorts, a black bikini top, and an oversized white shirt. “If, it were mine to do again, I’d leave you standing there instead. I’d walk away with no regrets…..with no regrets,” she wrote in the Instagram caption, which are lyrics from her newest single, “Nicest Thing.”
Fans immediately took to the comments section, sharing their support for Kramer. “Most beautiful mama inside and out,” one fan wrote.
Another simply commented, “Smokin.”
“Nicest Thing” is out now, which was written as a result of Kramer reflecting on some of her past relationships. “[I thought], to save us both the headache, I wish you never said hello. Because sometimes it can be just so draining and so toxic,” she told PEOPLE. “And I think just in the writing room, that’s when I just had this idea of all the things that you could have said to me like, ‘I love you,’ or ‘You’re amazing.’ Actually, the nicest thing you could have ever said was never said hello.”
Jana Kramer Opens Up About Past Abuse
In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Jana Kramer shared an emotional post to social media, opening up about her past abuse.
“This is a very hard photo for me to look at,” she began. “One might look at this and see two smiling faces. A daughter with her mom. But what was under the smile is something that I still to this day have a hard time talking about.”
She continued, “I don’t remember the excuses that I told people when I flew home to escape my abuser about the cuts and scrapes on my shoulder and arms, or why my ribs were hurting. But when I look at this photo that’s all I see. I see a broken girl who was weeks prior pinned to the ground while the man that ‘loved’ me was strangling me saying that he was going kill me. I was so full of shame.”
Kramer said she was manipulated into thinking no one would believe her and that the reason she was hit or choked was a result of her being bad and that she deserved it.
“For years I have held on to those beliefs and one day soon I will speak more on the abuse that followed that one and the patterns that continued, but to be honest it’s been a journey and one I’m still trying to walk through knowing that wasn’t the last abusive relationship,” she continued. “One of the hardest rocks I threw into the stream when I was at on-site was the rock ‘I deserve abuse’ because for so long that’s what I thought. I held onto that for years thinking that was true. That’s what I was made to believe. I speak out to help others and to hopefully help at least one person who is reading this to talk to someone.”
She concluded, “Please don’t wait until you lose your breath. Your life, Your heart, your soul is meant to be here and is meant to be loved and cherished. I am linking in my bio a place to find help. @safehorizon and so many places are there for you. Please talk to someone.”