FKA Twigs, Robert Pattinson's new girlfriend, has had enough of the racist Internet trolling that she's been subjected to since their romance went public.
Almost immediately after the gossip world caught wind of FKA Twigs dating Robert Pattinson, the Internet abuse commenced, and it has not relented.
She's had it up to here with the trolls, though.
Speaking out via Twitter on Sunday, the half-Jamaican, half-Spanish singer slammed the haters who have taunted her online, and says she will not be bullied.
"I am genuinely shocked and disgusted at the amount of racism that has been infecting my account the past week," the 26-year-old singer wrote.
"Racism is unacceptable in the real world and it's unacceptable online," added Pattinson's girlfriend, whose real name is Tahliah Debrett Barnett.
Pattinson, 28, and FKA Twigs began dating last month, but recently went public with their romance, cuddling up and holding hands while out in L.A.
Some fans of Pattinson, and some fans of his ex-girlfriend Kristen Stewart, have been quick to make racist remarks while bashing his choice of girlfriend.
While we don't expect R-Patt to come to her public aid, as we saw with Ian Somerhalder defending Nikki Reed, we don't expect him to let this bother him.
Whatever the trolls say, Pattinson and FKA Twigs are happy, as the actor "loves her voice, he loves her sense of style as well, how unique she is."
"They are trying to avoid making a spectacle of their relationship, but at the same time both enjoy going out with their friends," a source said of the two.
"They connect on music, which is something that Rob keeps pretty close to his heart," the source continued. "A lot of his close friends are musicians."
Here's hoping they continue to shake it off, Taylor Swift style, and as far as the people trolling Twigs go? Move on. Stop being racists. The end.