Understandably, she was a bit cautious about mentioning Girls' Generation and SM Entertainment at first. She started off with, "I'm not sure what to say," but then opened up with her affections for her previous group, stating, "I wouldn't be here without Girls' Generation. If there were no Girls' Generation, there would be no me. Also, Girls' Generation would not be here without the company. It's very precious. I have no desire to deny who I was at the time."
Regarding the process of her departure, she said, "There was no choice but to make that decision. Our interests were different. We had to separate at some time; I just think that my time of departure came first." In relation to some of the negative viewpoints, Jessica said, "If there's any misunderstanding, I will resolve that at any time. The truth will go through in the end, and when time passes, I believe [people] would come to recognize [the truth]."
She was also asked about debuting as a solo artist at the same time as Tiffany. She said, "I heard her music and saw her MV. It was very cool. I thought how it expressed greatly what Tiffany wanted to do. I hope she does well. As for competition? Our colors are too different. We came out at the same time unintentionally, but our music and our individuality are different. I think there's a fun in seeing our different charms."