As Kehlani rang in her 23rd birthday on Tuesday (April 24), the Oakland-bred singer had already spent some time clarifying her sexual preferences (and doing some damage control) on Twitter over the weekend.

Following an on-stage kiss with pop princess Demi Lovato earlier this month, many fans were evidently curious about Kehlani’s sexuality. So, she took to the social media platform to clear things up.

According to MSN, in a series of since-deleted tweets, Kehlani explained, “Cuz I keep geddin asked… I’m queer,” she initially tweeted. “No bi, not straight. I’m attracted to women, men, REALLY attracted to queer men, non binary people, intersex people, trans people. Lil poly pansexual papa hello good morning. Does that answer your questions?”

Kehlani reportedly added she’s “least attracted” to straight men and referred to bisexual men as “little gifts from god.”

Soon, she found herself addressing her use of the term “queer” after someone pointed out it’s sometimes used as a derogatory slur.

“Damn, I didn’t know that!!” Kehlani responded. “If there’s anyone out there I’ve ever offended with the word, I’m sorry! I’m with the reclaiming of the word but if there’s anyone day loves me dat isn’t, I sorry I lurvvv u.”

She later continued, “(repetitive so it’s suuuper clear) my indentifying as queer wasn’t the issue, it was the singling out of trans & intersex which sounded transphobic, ignorant and to some, sounding like fetishization. which is completely wrong, not my intention, and something to say sorry about.”

The Atlantic Records signee also laughed off reports her on-stage kiss was a public confession she was gay.

“so many blogs reported it as my coming out i am dead,” she wrote.

Kehlani wrapped up her Twitter spree by addressing some of her fans who applauded her for tackling a tough subject.

“i understand how hard it is to feel hurt and really embarrassed when you’re attacked/ harshly corrected for something you thought was right that u said w good intention,” she wrote. “still gotta learn tho!!! still gotta own up, change it, and grow.

“always hold us accountable. never stop. as crazy as twitter is, this is a part i believe is necessary. hold. eachother. accountable… and teach.”

She also showed off a new neck tattoo that reads “fluid.”