I hate being single, says Bella Thorne
Actress and singer Bella Thorne has taken to Twitter to reveal she hates being single.
The 19-year-old actress has been linked to a lengthy list of people over the last few months, including Tyler Posey, Charlie Puth and her brother's ex-girlfriend Bella Pendergast but Bella has insisted she doesn't enjoy the single lifestyle. She wrote on Twitter: "I hate not being in a relationship."
This comes shortly after Bella bemoaned trying to date as a celebrity, saying it is the worst thing. The 'Shake It Up' actress - who split from 'Teen Wolf' star Tyler Posey late last year - said it is difficult dating other celebrities like her ex as they have a lot of girls who are "really in love with them".
She explained: "Dating in Hollywood is literally the worst thing. People are really crazy on social and, unfortunately, I date people that have girls, like, in love with them. They're, like, really in love with them and they want to kill me. Literally, I was getting death threats, full-on death threats on Twitter." Bella also hit back at those who send her nasty messages over social media, which she says really "hurt" when they're in response to inaccurate speculation. She said: "People think it doesn't hurt but let me tell you, it does hurt!
"It doesn't feel good to read this s**t about yourself online even when you know it's not true. That's always the worst part, when it's not true. If it's true, you're kind of just like, 'OK, you're calling me out. This is true.'"Bella revealed she received death threats after she split from Tyler and was romantically linked to Charlie Puth shortly after.
She said: "I went through a break-up and that was kind of tough. You know, fans, if you're just seen with somebody, they think you're immediately, you gotta be in a relationship with them, which is not true. "I hang out all the time with different people that I'm not dating, that I'm just friends with. I hang out with a lot of guys because I'm a total tomboy, so a lot of my friends end up being guys because a lot of girls are like kind of too girly for me sometimes."