BEBE Rexha says she doesn’t identify as “straight” and has found dating to be a struggle.
She said: “Yeah, I think I scare men.
“I feel like everyone’s scared of me, guys and girls. Because I like to say things, and they’re scared I’m going to say something about them.”
But the star is desperate to be in a relationship and have someone look after her.
She added to Nylon magazine: “Sometimes I feel I’m so masculine in my everyday life. And when I go home, I would like to not have to keep this wall up. Go home and let it all loose.
“Have somebody take care of me, because I feel like I’m taking care of everyone around me. I would like to be taken care of.”
Bebe has previously explained that she could date a man or a woman and doesn’t believe in labels.
She previously told Dan Wootton’s podcast: “At the end of the day love is love and I don’t think it should be labelled any which way.
“I’ve never looked at it like that in my life. It’s whether someone makes you feel something in your tummy or not.”
She went on: “I think that’s how my parents raised me, everyone’s equal and you can just love who you want and be fluid.
“And then sometimes when you travel around the world you see certain things about how people view sexuality and it sucks.”
The In The Name Of Love and Bad Bitch singer featured on Rita Ora’s controversial song Girls last year with Charli XCX and Cardi B.
Bebe Rexha Is NYLON’s April 2019 cover star.