Harry Styles and his new ladylove Olivia Wilde has recently addressed their trolls, including multiple other allegations. In one of their recent chats with Rolling Stone, the couple opened up about getting targeted by the One Direction singer’s fans online. They also revealed how they view the haters who target their relationship frequently. Talking about Styles and Wilde, the couple made their relationship official in January 2021 after having crossed paths on the sets of Don’t Worry Darling.
Harry Styles’ reaction
Talking about the 28-year-old singer, he admitted to the fact that all the hateful comments that he gets do not make him feel great. He said, “It’s obviously a difficult feeling to feel like being close to me means you’re at the ransom of a corner of Twitter or something.” He also said, “I just wanted to sing, I didn’t want to get into it if I was going to hurt people like that.” Apart from Harry Styles, his new romance Olivia Wilde also seemed to be very upset about the hateful comments. She went on to state that most of the singer’s fans were true champions of kindness and deeply loving people.
Olivia Wilde’s reaction
While talking to the same publication, Wilde said, “What I don’t understand about the cruelty you’re referencing is that that kind of toxic negativity is the antithesis of Harry and everything he puts out there.” She further added, “I don’t personally believe the hateful energy defines his fan base at all.”
Harry Styles also took to opportunity to steer clear of a few more allegations against him. In his recent chat with Rolling Stone, the singer talked about getting accused of using his sense of fashion as queerbaiting for the LGBTQ community. When asked about the same by the outlet, here is what the singer said, “Sometimes people say, ‘You’ve only publicly been with women,’ and I don’t think I’ve publicly been with anyone.” He further said, “If someone takes a picture of you with someone, it doesn’t mean you’re choosing to have a public relationship or something.”
Harry had earlier also admitted to the fact that he found it outdated to identify his sexuality. Talking about the same to Page Six, the singer said, “I’ve been really open with it with my friends, but that’s my personal experience; it’s mine. The whole point of where we should be heading, which is toward accepting everybody and being more open, is that it doesn’t matter, and it’s about not having to label everything, not having to clarify what boxes you’re checking.”