Her team have been fairly explicit about anchoring this album around the jail narrative – to the point where they timed that initial Guardian interview alongside the first single to set the tone of the campaign – as well as the on-the-nose album title which is automatically going to invite questioning. If they're going to make that one of the main thrusts of the campaign from the off, then unfortunately I'm not surprised that journalists want to jump on it like this, or expect her to be more open about it than she is ready to be. Now more than ever, journalists want a juicy pull-quote to snatch some retweets and engagement. It's up to the publicist to jump in the call at the first sign of Annie sounding uncomfortable – that's literally their job. Following that up by strong-arming a publication into killing the piece at a time when plenty of people are gunning for her already is a.. really bad look, honestly. Fire 'em.