Halsey is on a shade-throwing roll! Just days after calling out Iggy Azalea over cultural appropriation (to which Azalea replied with a Mariah Carey-ish 鈥淚 don鈥檛 know her鈥), Halsey is doling out more jabs, this time at fellow singer Demi Lovato.

Halsey Shades Demi Lovato While Accusing Pop Music of Exploiting Bisexuality

The insult came when Halsey gave an interview with Paper magazine to discuss her struggles as a bisexual woman. 鈥淭here鈥檚 bi-phobia from the straight community and from the [LGBTQ+] community. There鈥檚 a lack of acceptance,鈥 she said. 鈥淚t happens in TV all the time when people write bisexual characters as going through a phase or struggling with something. It鈥檚 part of some mental breakdown or rebellion storyline, and that just sucks.鈥

She went on to address her own industry, along with the fact that many pop songs use bisexuality as an enticing taboo. 鈥淭hat narrative is so f**king damaging to bisexuality and its place in society. That鈥檚 something I鈥檝e had to fight my whole life, and something I still fight鈥 [songs with themes like] 鈥楧on鈥檛 tell your mom鈥 or 鈥榃e shouldn鈥檛 do this鈥 or 鈥橳his feels so wrong but it鈥檚 so right.鈥欌

If you picked up on the fact that Halsey was directly referring to Demi Lovato鈥檚 2015 single 鈥Cool for the Summer,鈥 you鈥檙e not alone.

Not only did Lovato鈥檚 fans totally call her out for the shade, but Lovato herself caught wind of the situation, tweeting her own quip of, 鈥淵ou know a song is a hit when people are still talking about the lyrics two years later. 馃拋馃徎#shhhhdonttellyourmother.鈥

Halsey鈥檚 response came in the form of a song which focuses on the industry鈥檚 failure to treat bisexuality in a fair way. Featuring Fifth Harmony鈥檚 Lauren Jauregui, who is herself openly bisexual, 鈥淪trangers鈥 features lyrics like 鈥淲e鈥檙e not lovers, we鈥檙e just strangers / With the same damn hunger / To be touched, to be loved, to feel anything at all.鈥

Check it out below.

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