Australian musician G Flip, known for hits GET ME OUTTA HERE and Boys & Girls, took to the stage at a private event hosted by Platypus Shoes in Melbourne, Australia to serenade their girlfriend, Selling Sunset star Chrishell Stause. Singing GAY 4 ME, G Flip dedicated the lyrics “I know that she masturbates to the memories we have made” to Chrishell in a queer AF moment.

The pair opened up about their relationship back in May, with Chrishell being truthful about her new relationship at the Selling Sunset reunion. In an exclusive interview with DIVA published in the July issue, G Flip revealed: “Earlier this year we were at a party together and then it just kind of evolved from there. We really enjoy each other’s company and she’s one of the raddest people I’ve met in a while.” They joked that they were surprised that no one had picked up on their relationship, since they were “running around LA together”, adding that they were “so proud” of Chrishell for being so open and for handling the online backlash so well. N’aw.

“I only want to tell real stories. That’s all I know how to do. I want to make any queer human feel valid in their own skin” they furthered, and if one thing’s certain, they’ve absolutely validated queer humans across the world in serenading their girlfriend with a gay AF anthem onstage.

Today, G Flip shared a new song to mark International Non-Binary People’s Day entitled Waste Of Space, remarking in an Instagram post “I know if I had a song about being non-binary as a kid it would’ve helped me understand myself. Hopefully this song can be that for someone else…no matter how you identify you are not a waste of space.” Chrishell responded with nothing but support, commenting “such a LIGHT to so many. Love watching you shine.”

Want to read more? G Flip’s full exclusive with DIVA Magazine is available in the July issue. We dished it all, from their relationship with Chrishell to coming out as non-binary to filming the acclaimed video for GET ME OUTTA HERE, which notably features Chrishell herself. To keep up with G Flip, follow them on Twitter and Instagram or visit their website.

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