Harry Styles doesn’t normally talk about politics, but he isn’t shying away from speaking out on gay rights.
The new solo sensation sat down with French talk show “Quotidien” in front of a live studio audience. The former One Direction star was asked about Brexit, to which he replied: “I don’t really talk about politics. Anything that brings people together is better than things that pull people apart.”
Styles, 23, was then asked for his stance on gay rights, an issue he believes should be a non-issue. “That doesn’t feel like politics to me,” the recording artist said. “Stuff like equality feels much more fundamental. I feel like everyone is equal. That doesn’t feel like politics to me.”
Meanwhile, the singer recently opened up about his former flame Taylor Swift in a candid interview with Rolling Stone, telling the publication that “relationships are hard at any age.”
And Styles has been the talk of the town following his debut solo single “Sign of the Times”, and his highly-anticipated upcoming self-titled album “Harry Styles”, which drops on May 12.