Fans Think Harry Styles Is Addressing His Sexuality in New Song -- Listen!
By Jennifer Drysdale
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Harry Styles surprised fans with two new songs recently, and fans think one of them may be pretty personal.
The 24-year-old singer debuted unreleased tracks "Anna" and "Medicine" during his performance at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris as part of his European tour on Tuesday, with fans paying special attention to the lyrics of the latter.
In a fan video from the concert, Styles sings, “The boys and the girls are here, I mess around with them / And I’m okay with it / I’m coming down / I figured out I kinda like it / And when I sleep I’m gonna dream of how you tasted."
While the former One Direction singer hasn't commented on the inspiration behind the song, several fans are starting to call "Medicine" a "bisexual anthem."
"He wants us to know that he knows that we know and what his [sic] the reality. We were right about that. He's amazing and I'm sure the thruth [sic] will be out one day," one fan tweeted, as others thanked Styles for the song.
@gvnndun He want us to know that he knows that we know and what his the reality. We were right about that. He's amazing and I'm sure the thruth will be out one day.
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"I never like it when a celebrity goes on Twitter and says, ‘This isn’t true!’ It is what it is, I tend not to do that. The only time it gets really annoying is that if you get into a relationship and you get into a place where you really like someone and then things are being written in the papers that affect them and how they see you. Then it can get annoying," he said.
And last year, Styles -- who was romantically linked to Taylor Swift and Kendall Jenner, but is now rumored to be dating Camille Rowe -- told The Sun that he "never felt the need" to address his sexual orientation.
"I don’t feel like it’s something I’ve ever felt like I have to explain about myself,” he shared. “Everyone should just be who they want to be. It’s tough to justify somebody having to answer to someone else about stuff like that.”