Former member of the Pussycat Dolls, Kaya Jones, recently revealed that the three abortions she had in her past still haunt her to this day.
Jones shared her powerful testimony about the trauma abortion causes and the healing she found in Jesus Christ.
Jones stated the toxic anti-Life culture of the music industry convinced her that having a baby would ruin her career. The singer had her first abortion as a teenager and her second while in the Pussycat Dolls and was told to “get rid of it.”
“After the first one, you don’t think you’ve done anything wrong. It’s been normalized and what is a line until you’ve crossed it. You don’t know what a line is. Once you cross that line, it’s a very slippery slope to continue to cross those lines,” she recounted.
The experience left her feeling empty and dejected. “Nothing on me in that moment said, ‘Caution, this is a lie,’” she recalled. “There was nothing beautiful about me. I was tainted. I was destructive. I was destroyed. I was completely enchained and bonded to the devil, or the enemy, or the realm of death if you will, where I was living in my worst self.”
But her heart was convicted when she saw two little girls looking up at her during a concert after she had an abortion.
“I’ve gone through it all. I will assure you, you will regret it your whole life. Nothing – even if I become a mother tomorrow and happily married and all is well, I’m still going to regret the three children I did not have,” she said.
Jones’ message is clear: Abortion is not the answer.
“It is very painful. There is a lot of anger. There’s a lot of frustration. There’s a lot of lack of knowledge. There’s a lot of regret. And nothing can make that go away but God himself when you lay it at his feet and ask for salvation,” she recalled.
Jones’ testimony serves as a reminder of the humanity of the preborn child and the devastating effects of abortion on both mother and baby. It also serves as a call to action for society to come together and show the light of Christ to women facing unexpected pregnancies and share his redeeming mercy to those who have had abortions in their past.