Demi Lovato
Demi Lovato still refuses to talk about her sexuality. Pictured: Lovato attends The Brent Shapiro Foundation Summer Spectacular on September 9, 2017 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Vivien Killilea

Demi Lovato recently stood by her decision to not talk about her sexuality after photos of her with another woman went viral.

In an interview with Pride Source days later, Lovato said that she doesn’t want to talk about her sexuality and added, “I love who I love.” Some fans were disappointed with the 25-year-old singer’s response because they want to know what’s going on in her personal life.

On Wednesday, Lovato took her thoughts to Twitter and urged fans to watch her documentary so they will know more details about her sexuality. She also stressed the fact that she will continue to stand up for what she believes in even though she doesn’t think it’s necessary to talk about her sexuality directly.

During her interview with the publication, Lovato also said that she feels everyone just wants to get the first scoop about her sexuality so that they will have a good headline. But this is irrelevant to her music so she has refused to talk about it.

Meanwhile, this isn’t the first time that the singer was asked about her sexuality. In 2015, she released the song, “Cool for the Summer,” which was about bi-curiosity. While speaking on the British talk show “Alan Carr: Chatty Man,” Lovato said, “I am not confirming and I’m definitely not denying. All of my songs are based off of personal experiences. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with experimentation at all.”

While speaking with Pride Source, Lovato was asked to comment on AfterEllen’s assumption that the lyrics for “Cool for the Summer” suggested that same sex intimacy needs to be kept secret.

“My intention with the song was just fin and bi-curiosity. I think people look at song lyrics – they look too into it. I wish I could tell that website chill out and take a break because it’s just a song. I think we live in a world today where no matter what you do, you’re doing something wrong, whether it’s cultural appropriation or it’s being insensitive to certain groups of people,” she said.

Lovato’s YouTube documentary will be released on Oct. 2.