Harry Styles have spoken about his sexuality and says he hope people can respect that they're not getting the answers they really want.
The 1D megastar will still not publicly define himself – but says he isn't be evasive just to make himself seem more interesting.
He asks fans to respect his refusal not to talk too much about his private life.
Harry, a fierce gay rights supporter seen as an ally to the community, has faced speculation since he made his name.
But speaking to The Guardian 's Weekend Magazine, the 25-year-old recognises the industry he is in makes it hard to escape questioning.
"What I would say, about the whole being asked about my sexuality thing – this is a job where you might get asked," he said.
"To complain about it – to say you hate it and still do the job – that's just silly.
"You respect that someone's gonna ask. And you hope that they respect they might not get an answer.
"It's not like I'm sitting on an answer and protecting it, and holding it back. It's not a case of: I'm not telling you cos I don't want to tell you.
"It's not: ooh this is mine and it's not yours. It's: who cares? Does that make sense? It's just: who cares?"
Harry's fans complained on social media about resale tickets prices.
The concert-goers vented their anger as $25 tour tickets were being resold for as much as $1600 a pop, according to TMZ .
High-up seats were being resold for $400 while the floor tickets were being sold off for $1600, according to the gossip site.
The original tickets which were priced at $25 were sold out in seconds on The Forum.
Although the resold ticket prices were sky-high, Harry didn't disappoint fans with his performance at The Forum, in Inglewood, California on Friday.
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