Crone said he was also proud of Owen for using the platform of his music to be open with his fans about his sexuality. “I was proud of and inspired by him for using this significant moment of his career to do something that could empower young people,” he said. “I also knew that it would be an incredible opportunity to share my new love with the people who had supported me throughout the past few years. “I was scared to announce that I was moving on but I knew, once again, that this was about so much more than me. Too often people deny who they are and whom they love because they’re worried about what other people think, but as Rayvon’s song says, you ‘Can’t Fight It’.” In case you missed the video to ‘Can’t Fight It’, you can watch it below: More stories: ‘Masc 4 masc?’ What gay hook-up slang really means Does Kanye’s new album artwork rip off Madonna?
After nearly five years, I'm ready for love again. This is Rayvon and he's made me the happiest guy alive. To anyone out there who feels like they are damaged from previous relationships, who haven’t met “the one” yet, or who have lost love as I did and feel like they’ll never find it again, I am here to tell you that it is possible. It may not come in the packaging you expected, or at the moment you anticipated, but if you are patient and open to the possibility, amazing things can happen. I hope that by being public about my relationship with Rayvon, others will feel inspired to let themselves be vulnerable and take chances. We are all worthy of love and are not defined solely by the past. ❤️ ---------------------------------------------------- If you'd like to read about the serendipitous series of events that brought us together, visit Facebook.com/ShaneBitneyCroneOfficial or click the link in my bio.
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