Willow Smith
Willow Smith performs at the vitaminwater And The Fader Unite To 'Hydrate The Hustle' For Fifth Anniversary Of #uncapped Concert Series on Oct. 3, 2015, in New York City. Getty Images/Dave Kotinsky/vitaminwater

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith’s daughter, Willow Smith, was rumored to have addressed her sexuality in a recent Instagram post. However, Gossip Cop reported Monday that the claim was “false” and the 15-year-old is not a lesbian.

According to Gossip Cop, Media Take Out published a story stating that Willow is a lesbian after the singer took to her Instagram account to post a photo of her friend, with a caption, “I Love Beautiful Females.”

Several fans commented on the photo after rumors of Willow’s sexual orientation swirled.

“I dont understand how is anyone calling her gay if she love beautiful females. We all adore someone rather its male or female,” one fan wrote, while another said: “Maybe shes not gay and just complimenting another female most of us should do that instead of talking s--- behind each others back.”

Amid the rumors, Willow announced that she is all set to deliver her upcoming project.

“I originally had 26 songs for the album. Then I looked at it and I said, ‘You know, now-a-days the kids have a short attention span, so I think I should go in the teen area.’ So I cut it down to 14 [songs],” Willow told DJ Skee after her performance at Camp Flog Gnaw over the weekend. “I usually don’t plan when I’m going to do certain things, so it’s taking longer than I expected. But it’s coming. It’s done.”

In August, Willow had addressed rumors surrounding her parents’ marriage, saying that they had not decided to end their marriage.

The young singer was surrounded with controversy last year after a photo of her with an older man in bed surfaced online. The image, which was uploaded by 490tx.com in April 2014, featured Moises Arias, 20, famous for playing Rico on Disney’s “Hannah Montana” series, lying topless next to the "Whip My Hair" singer, TMZ reported at the time. Willow's family later said there was nothing inherently sexual about the picture and that people were "projecting."