We are constantly confronted with the compositional struggle to include background and provide context or crop tight and stay true to your subject. It is an essential photographic tension. Like most other artistic choices there are no correct answers. It is a matter of choice. That is easy to say except that most of us aren't aware of our choice and aren't limited by it. We may like both choices. An easy solution is to take multiple shots with the zoom lens. But we know in that case we are prone to take many shots but probably no good ones. And what to do when we love using prime lenses? Well, there is post-processing. But post-processing is probably the most expensive activity in photography as you pay in the worlds most limited, most expensive currency - time.
So what's one to do? I'd say - unless the context is truly important go ahead and crop tight. Go close to your subject either physically or via zooming or in post processing. Get rid of anything inessential leaving behind only the most important and you won't regret it. Specially true for indoor portraits.
Meanwhile, this is from week #212 of the 300-week project.