Reneé Rapp Has 'Had Enough' of Fans Questioning Her Sexuality: 'If I Say I'm a Lesbian I Am a Lesbian'

Rapp clarified her sexuality to her fans on X (formerly known as Twitter) on Tuesday

<p>Kristy Sparow/Getty</p> Reneé Rapp performs at L

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Reneé Rapp performs at L'Olympia in February 2024 in Paris

Reneé Rapp is "so sick of" fans questioning her sexuality.

On Monday, the "Tummy Hurts" singer, 24, told fans that she's "had enough" of people not taking her at face value.

After previously identifying as bisexual, the Mean Girls star has recently been referring to herself as a lesbian in interviews — something she doubled down on social media.

"if I say I’m a lesbian I am a lesbian and if someone says they’re bi they are bi I’ve had enough of you witches," Rapp wrote on X (formerly known as Twitter).

<p>Nina Westervelt/Variety/Penske Media/Getty</p> Reneé Rapp

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Reneé Rapp

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In a February cover story for The Hollywood Reporter, the rising pop star opened up about her sexuality and how its shifted.

“I’ve only recently started referring to myself as a lesbian, and I’ve only recently been in a relationship where I’m like, ‘Yeah, I’m a lesbian for sure,'” Rapp said. “I’m watching all these movies and parts of gay culture, specifically lesbian culture, and I’m like, ‘I love this.'”

Earlier this month, the Sex Lives of College Girls actor made her red carpet debut at the 2024 Vanity Fair Oscars Party with her new girlfriend Towa Bird, a Hong Kong-born musician who has been one of the supporting acts on Rapp’s Snow Hard Feelings Tour throughout the past several months.

The couple not only posed together on the red carpet ahead of the party — they were also seen enjoying each other’s company inside the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts where the party was held. In one photo, the artists were seen cozied up to each other as they each enjoyed an espresso martini.

The "Not My Fault" artist's relationship with the singer-songwriter, 23, comes after she was dating TikToker Alissa Carrington for nearly a year, though they kept the nature of their relationship very private. In August, Rapp told PEOPLE she sees “so much about her love life online” and some of it “really, really f---ing hurts my feelings.”

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<p>Amy Sussman/Getty Images</p> Towa Bird and Reneé Rapp attend the 2024 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on March 10, 2024 in Beverly Hills

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Towa Bird and Reneé Rapp attend the 2024 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on March 10, 2024 in Beverly Hills

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Of opening up more of her then-relationship, Rapp said, “I swore up and down I would never be in a public relationship and then I just found someone who I really loved and made me feel really safe and comfortable."

She continued: "So then I started posting with this person, and then it became a whole thing. Now I'm like, f---, I have to deal with the consequences of my own actions of publicly co-signing someone as my partner.”

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