Jamaican singer Dalton Harris won the UK's X-Factor in 2018. Since he's set out to build a real career for himself, releasing songs like "Cry," "Graveyard," and "No More Will I Roam." But this week, the crooner decided to open up about his life.
Earlier this week, Harris told his Twitter followers that he had ended a relationship and that it was the best thing that had happened to him.
"Taught me that I am valuable and that I matter and deserve love," he wrote. He later followed that up with another tweet. "I want to experience [life] and be honest with myself and everyone around me in my intentions. Not hide or mask feelings and or flaws. Not judge myself." Well, it looks like he's already starting down that path.
In a new set of posts today, Harris addressed his sexuality.
"My privacy is my business and whoever enters my bedroom will get there because of how I feel about them," he wrote. "My life is mine to live." He continued the posts on Instagram.
"Privacy and honesty are different things and no one is entitled to ME," he wrote there. "I will never ask for acceptance from anyone that struggles to accept me in the slightest bit. That is done and over with.
"Lastly," he continued. "To the boys with fragile egos, I am a TOP to you and your girlfriend. Or non-binary partner." Harris followed all of this up with a post to Twitter of a pansexual flag graphic.
"Finally," he wrote in yet another post. "Stop saying I am weak like a girl. Women aren't weak. Nor am I. I am a man. Vulnerability is strength and not many 'men' possess it."