Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde talk about haters in their relationship
One thing is for sure: Harry Styles’ life is no longer private. The singer explains that he does not talk about intimate matters in interviews, but that has never stopped the public from expressing their opinions on his alleged relationships and even accusing him of wanting pink money – for talking about the LGBTQIAP+ community, without making his sexual orientation explicit.
“I never talk about my personal life publicly and I think that has benefited me. There will always be a version of that narrative and I think I just decided not to waste time trying to correct it. […] Sometimes people say ‘you only date women publicly’, but I don’t think I’ve been publicly with anyone. If someone takes a picture of you with someone, it doesn’t mean you’re choosing to be in a public relationship or anything,” says Harry.
In any case, the way people intrude on his love life has disrupted some aspects of the artist’s routine, as he explains to Rolling Stone: “You can imagine going on a 2nd date with someone and being like, ‘Oh, the people will say that and it will be crazy and they will be very mean, but nothing is real… Anyway, what do you want for dinner?’ […] It’s really hard to know that if you’re close to me, you’re targeted somewhere on Twitter. I just wanted to sing. I wouldn’t want to get into it if I was going to hurt people like that.”
Olivia Wilde, Harry’s current girlfriend and director of “Don’t Worry Honey”, a film that stars the artist, doesn’t see it that way. When asked by the journalist about the cruelty of the fans, she states: “What I don’t understand about this cruelty you talk about is the fact that this toxicity and negativity is the opposite of what Harry represents. I don’t think that this hateful energy represents their fandom in any way. Most of them are champions of kindness”, concluded the girlfriend.