Olivia Rodrigo Reveals She Was On Raya ‘For A Moment’ And Responds To Courtney Love Controversy

Olivia Rodrigo Reveals She Was On Dating App Raya For ‘A Little Time’… And Responds To Courtney Love Accusing Her Of Copying Hole Album Cover

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

“I had Raya for a while, and it was like throwing up,” the 18-year-old pop star confessed GQ on Wednesday. “Like, I couldn’t.”

Olivia said she “loves living alone” in her new Los Angeles apartment that she bought after she left her parents Christopher and Jennifer’s house.

Adam Faze pictured in 2020

Finding Love: Before Licensed Hitmaker Olivia Rodrigo (L) Started Dating.

“I just don’t know how to take care of myself,” admitted Rodrigo.

‘I don’t know what to buy at the supermarket or how to clean myself, I realized. It’s been a learning experience.’

Decorating one of the walls of the half-Filipino teen sensation is a framed tweet from Cardi B which reads: ‘You are doing sooo well for your age. Don’t let poisonous s*** hit you and don’t let anyone limit your voice.’

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

The 18-year-old pop star confessed to GQ on Wednesday:

The 18-year-old pop star confessed to GQ on Wednesday: “I had Raya for a while, and it was like throwing up. Like, I couldn’t’

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

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

Decorating one of Rodrigo's walls is a framed tweet from Cardi B that read,

Decorating one of Rodrigo’s walls is a framed tweet from Cardi B that read, “You’re doing sooo good for your age. Don’t let toxic shit hit you and don’t let anyone limit your voice’

The half-Filipino teen sensation sprang gushed: 'I cried honestly.  I literally saw it and cried.  I was like, "Thank you Cardi.  I'm not going to listen to bulls***"' (picture Tuesday)

The half-Filipino teen sensation sprang gushed: ‘I cried honestly. I literally saw it and cried. I was like, “Thank you, Cardi. I’m not going to listen to bulls***”‘ (picture Tuesday)

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

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

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

Rodrigo called the struggles Grammy winner Britney Spears currently faces when attempting to take control of her life amid a 13-year conservatory “horrific.”

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

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

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

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

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

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

“But it’s still so clear, and I’m witnessing it. Not close to the level that Britney has, of course. I think that’s an important paradigm that I hope we can break in generations to come. I’ve certainly seen corporate dollars take precedence over people’s mental health.

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

'I just think it's so awful': Rodrigo called the struggles Grammy winner Britney Spears (pictured Tuesday) is currently facing when attempting to take control of her life amid a 13-year conservatory 'horrible'

‘I just think it’s so awful’: Rodrigo called the struggles Grammy winner Britney Spears (pictured Tuesday) is currently facing when attempting to take control of her life amid a 13-year conservatory ‘horrible’

The High School: The Musical - The Series actress (pictured Tuesday) said: 'It's still so clear, and I'm witnessing it.  Not close to the level that Britney has, of course.  I think that's an important paradigm that I hope we can break in generations to come.

The High School: The Musical – The Series actress (pictured Tuesday) said: ‘It’s still so clear, and I’m witnessing it. Not close to the level that Britney has, of course. I think that’s an important paradigm that I hope we can break in generations to come.”

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