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Olivia Rodrigo reveals she used to be on Raya ‘for a second’ and reacts to Courtney Love controversy

Olivia Rodrigo reveals she used to be on dating app Raya ‘for a second’… and reacts to Courtney Love accusing her of copying Hole album cover


Before Drivers License hitmaker Olivia Rodrigo started dating Must B Nice’s Day by Day creator Adam Faze – who’s six years her senior – she tried one of the dating apps.

‘I had Raya for a second, and it was so vomit,’ the 18-year-old pop star confessed to GQ on Wednesday. ‘Like, I could not.’ 

Olivia said she ‘loves living alone’ in her new Los Angeles apartment she bought after moving out of her parents Christopher and Jennifer’s house. 

Adam Faze pictured in 2020

Finding love: Before Drivers License hitmaker Olivia Rodrigo (L) started dating Must B Nice’s Day by Day creator Adam Faze (R) – who’s six years her senior – she tried one of the dating apps

‘I also just don’t know how to take care of myself, though,’ Rodrigo admitted.

‘I don’t know what to buy from the grocery store or how to clean up after myself, I realized. It’s been a learning experience.’

Decorating one of the half-Filipina teen sensation’s walls is a framed tweet from Cardi B reading: ‘You doing sooo good for your age. Don’t let no toxic s*** get to you and don’t let nobody restrict you from your voice.’ 

‘I honestly bawled. I literally saw it and cried,’ Olivia gushed. ‘I was like, “Thanks, Cardi. I’m not going to listen to bulls***.”‘ 

The 18-year-old pop star confessed to GQ on Wednesday: 'I had Raya for a second, and it was so vomit. Like, I could not'

The 18-year-old pop star confessed to GQ on Wednesday: ‘I had Raya for a second, and it was so vomit. Like, I could not’

'I also just don't know how to take care of myself': Olivia said she 'loves living alone' in her new LA apartment she bought after moving out of her parents Christopher and Jennifer's house

‘I also just don’t know how to take care of myself’: Olivia said she ‘loves living alone’ in her new LA apartment she bought after moving out of her parents Christopher and Jennifer’s house

Decorating one of Rodrigo's walls is a framed tweet from Cardi B reading: 'You doing sooo good for your age. Don't let no toxic s*** get to you and don't let nobody restrict you from your voice'

Decorating one of Rodrigo’s walls is a framed tweet from Cardi B reading: ‘You doing sooo good for your age. Don’t let no toxic s*** get to you and don’t let nobody restrict you from your voice’

The half-Filipina teen sensation gushed gushed: 'I honestly bawled. I literally saw it and cried. I was like, "Thanks, Cardi. I'm not going to listen to bulls***"' (pictured Tuesday)

The half-Filipina teen sensation gushed gushed: ‘I honestly bawled. I literally saw it and cried. I was like, “Thanks, Cardi. I’m not going to listen to bulls***”‘ (pictured Tuesday)

Rodrigo said that’s a strength of her Gen Z generation: ‘The way that people have come together and not put up with bulls*** that has been put up with for so many years.’

The high school grad has nothing but love for grunge rock goddess Courtney Love, who accused her in June of plagiarizing her 1994 Live Through This cover for her debut album Sour.

‘To be honest, I’m just flattered that Courtney Love knows that I exist,’ Olivia smiled. 

Rodrigo called the struggle Grammy winner Britney Spears is currently facing attempting to take control of her life in the midst of a 13-year conservatorship ‘horrific.’ 

Muse: Olivia has nothing but love for grunge rock goddess Courtney Love, who accused her in June of plagiarizing her 1994 Live Through This cover for her debut album Sour

Carrie inspired: The 1994 cover showed a crying pageant princess with smeared mascara

Muse: Olivia has nothing but love for grunge rock goddess Courtney Love, who accused her in June of plagiarizing her 1994 Live Through This cover (R) for her debut album Sour (L)

The recent high school grad (pictured June 19) said: 'To be honest, I'm just flattered that Courtney Love knows that I exist'

The recent high school grad (pictured June 19) said: ‘To be honest, I’m just flattered that Courtney Love knows that I exist’

‘I’ve been following it very closely. I think it’s just so awful. I think, as an industry, people are getting better at not taking advantage of and manipulating and bullying young women,’ The High School: The Musical – The Series actress said.

‘But it’s still so apparent, and I witness that too. Not near at the level that Britney has, obviously. I think that’s an important paradigm that I hope that we’ll be able to break in the coming generations. I’ve definitely seen corporate dollars be prioritized over people’s mental health.

‘That’s always been something that I’ve been really conscious of in my own career, and I’m really lucky I’m surrounded by people who are conscious of that and conscious of my mental health being the most important thing. You can’t make art and have a good career if you’re not there.’  

'I think it's just so awful': Rodrigo called the struggle Grammy winner Britney Spears (pictured Tuesday) is currently facing attempting to take control of her life in the midst of a 13-year conservatorship 'horrific'

‘I think it’s just so awful’: Rodrigo called the struggle Grammy winner Britney Spears (pictured Tuesday) is currently facing attempting to take control of her life in the midst of a 13-year conservatorship ‘horrific’

The High School: The Musical - The Series actress (pictured Tuesday) said: 'It's still so apparent, and I witness that too. Not near at the level that Britney has, obviously. I think that's an important paradigm that I hope that we'll be able to break in the coming generations'

The High School: The Musical – The Series actress (pictured Tuesday) said: ‘It’s still so apparent, and I witness that too. Not near at the level that Britney has, obviously. I think that’s an important paradigm that I hope that we’ll be able to break in the coming generations’

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