Twitter shows an extreme support to singer Halsey when she decided to share her thoughts about the stereotypes of being bisexual.

The "Now or Never" singer tweeted:

Halsey's tweet received support from everyone including WestWorld star, Evan Rachel Wood, who also identifies as bisexual.

The songwriter has always been vocal about her bisexuality. In her song "Strangers," the New Jersey native joins Fifth Harmony member, Lauren Jauregui for a duet about same-sex love. In an interview with Vulture, Halsey mentioned that record executives originally wanted Katy Perry on the track. "I was like, I'm not putting an artist on this song unless they're f-king gay," Halsey said. Twitter users shared their thoughts:

Also, Halsey has always been supportive of others who have been confident enough to exploit their bisexuality. Katy Perry is definitely one of them, with her hit track, "I Kissed A Girl" and Demi Lovato with "Cool For The Summer."

"Bisexuality is a taboo, don't tell your mom, we shouldn't do this," Halsey continued.

Halsey is currently dating rapper G-Eazy. The two have been deemed as #couplegoals due to their public displays of affection and their series of social media posts. The couple made their first appearance in September at New York Fashion Week where they were seen showing some serious PDA.

The pair has coined the term 2017 Bonnie and Clyde as an expression of their willingness to ride and die for each other. The track is a preview of what's to come from the two.

Fans can listen to the track on G-Eazy's latest album, Beautiful & Damned. The album conveys two different sides of his life and includes a short film by RCA records. The album is currently available to stream on Tidal and iTunes.