Halsey hasn't been one to keep her opinions about other celebrities quiet.
Just last week she was shading Demi Lovato and Katy Perry for their supposed fake bisexuality.
She referenced both of their lyrics in an interview with Paper magazine, "Oh, yeah," Halsey said. "Bisexuality as a taboo. 'Don't tell your mom' or 'We shouldn't do this' or 'This feels so wrong but it's so right.'"
Although, she hasn't stopped there, continuing to reveal why she definitely wouldn't everrrr work with Katy.
Speaking to Vulture, she explained that, "I’m not putting an artist on this song unless they’re f*ing gay."
Halsey's new song "Strangers" which she collaborated with Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui, is a "love song for the LGBTQ community," they have both described.
It was the first time Halsey has used female pronouns to describe a love interest in a song, which was important to her since she has spoken up about her bisexuality before, as has Lauren.
She also explained to the publication that she didn't want the music video to be a real sexual thing, saying: "[The video] is not going to be me and Lauren half-naked in a bed making out with each other, which is exactly what everybody f*ing wants."
We aren't sure whether or not Katy will respond to these comments, but is it really up to Halsey to decide whether or not Demi, Katy, or anyone is being "fake" with their sexuality?
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