Unfortunately for singer FKA twigs, we don't think the paparazzi will be leaving her alone any time soon!
The 26-year-old singer, who has been making headlines recently for her relationship with boyfriend Robert Pattinson, says she really doesn't like fame and all the attention it brings.
"I don't want to be in front of the camera forever," Twigs tells the new issue of Rolling Stone. "I'm not thirsty. I'm not a pop star. I don't want to reign over all forever."
"I don't want to be famous!" she adds. "It makes me feel sick, the thought of being a famous person. It's just not me. I'm the happiest when I'm in the studio, not on a beauty parade."
Twigs also opened up about the Internet hate she got back in September when news of her and Pattinson's romance spread like wildfire, angering some of the Twilight star's more overzealous fans. "It was all this crazy, racist abuse out of nowhere," she told the mag. "But if you're an artist, you have to use everything to your advantage, even the pain."
At the time, Twigs responded to the cruel and even racist comments people tweeted at her by posting a message that read, "I am genuinely shocked and disgusted at the amount of racism that has been infecting my account the past week. Racism is unacceptable in the real world and it's unacceptable online."
After the incident, Twigs deleted her Twitter and Instagram accounts from her phone. "If you stop looking at yourself on the Internet, is it really happening?" she says. "I really recommend it—nothing happens other than you start reading books more and you start texting your mom more and your life goes back to normal."