Joe Jonas is addressing his messy split from Sophie Turner.
The “Waffle House” crooner interrupted the Jonas Brothers’ Los Angeles concert at Dodger Stadium Saturday night to issue a PSA to his fans.
“It’s been a tough week,” Joe, 34, admitted.
“I just wanna say, look – if you don’t hear it from these lips, don’t believe it. OK?”
The “Camp Rock” star, who was on stage with his brothers Kevin and Nick Jonas, added, “Thank you everyone for your love and support. Me and my family love you guys.”
Joe then launched into the band’s song ”Hesitate,” which he famously dedicated to Turner, 27, in the past.
In videos captured by fans at the concert, Joe appeared to get emotional while singing the ballad.
The show kicked off less than two weeks after Joe officially filed for divorce from the “Game of Thrones” star, with whom he shares two daughters.
In the aftermath of the news, several reports emerged with allegations detailing the breakdown of their relationship.
Multiple sources claimed to TMZ last week that Joe overheard the actress “say or do” something via a Ring camera that made him realize their marriage was “irretrievably broken.”
Another insider also told the outlet that Turner’s alleged partying was a factor in the split.
“She likes to party; he likes to stay at home,” the source claimed. “They have very different lifestyles.”
Meanwhile, Page Six learned Tuesday that the father of two had been “unhappy” for some time.
“Divorce was a last resort for Joe. He never wanted to break up his family, but he had to take what he felt was the best course of action for his girls,” a source told us exclusively.
“An unhappy home isn’t a home, and the truth is that he and Sophie were going through it this year.”
The source also noted, “There’s a lot of noise out there, but it wasn’t a straw-that-broke-the-camel’s-back situation like it’s being reported.”
He allegedly pressured the “Do Revenge” star to attend industry events although she preferred to stay home with their two daughters.
At one event that Turner didn’t attend, the “Year 3000” singer allegedly complained that his then-wife needed to get out more.
Reps for the pair have not responded to any reports. However, the couple put on a united front by releasing a joint statement via Instagram last week.
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“After four wonderful years of marriage we have mutually decided to amicably end our marriage,” the statement read.
“There are many speculative narratives as to why but, truly this is a united decision and we sincerely hope that everyone can respect our wishes for privacy for us and our children.”
The pair said “I do” during an elopement in Las Vegas in May 2019.
They tied the knot for the second time with a wedding in France that was attended by their friends and family.
Joe’s divorce filing notes that they signed a prenuptial agreement in April 2019, allowing the musician to “keep all of his royalties from the music,” while “The Staircase” star owns “any residuals from her acting career.”