Nick Jonas Is Not Going To Make His Frickin' Bed Anymore, Alright?

Nick Jonas is tired of this crap. The one attractive Jonas Brother is feeling liberated these days now that he has been unshackled from the virginal boy band that made him famous, and Page Six has the scoop on the insane depths of his rebellion: a "buffed-up physique," a new "racy video" and an outright refusal to make his bed.

A "source" close to Jonas—aka someone who works for him—spoke to Page Six on the heels of his role in a new DirecTV show about MMA called Kingdom and a forthcoming single called "Chains" that is "a metaphor for what he has been feeling all these years." The source explained to Page Six that Nick Jonas once felt so much pressure to be "good" that he would make his bed every day.

"Different people respond in different ways — some do drugs and act out, but his response was to conform to what he thought people wanted him to be. Remember, he was a 13 year-old kid when he became famous. For example: He thought that when he slept in a hotel room on tour, people would talk shit about him if he didn't make his own bed. So he made it."

But now Nick Jonas is done making his bed and he doesn't give a hell if you know it.

"He feels free now for the first time in his life. He's making music he believes in. He's done apologizing for everything and trying to be perfect. He's just going to be himself; if people like him, great, if not, he's done giving a shit."

Dang.