G Flip sings raunchy love song to Selling Sunset girlfriend Chrishell Stause

Author: Danai Nesta Kupemba

Chrishell Sause’s partner G Flip serenaded her at a concert. (Credit: Jeff Kravitz/Getty Images for MTV)

G Flip serenaded Selling Sunset girlfriend Chrishell Stause with a romantic and steamy rendition of her song “GAY 4 ME” at a private event in Australia.

The non-binary Australian singer took the stage at a event hosted by Platypus Shoes in Melbourne, Australia, singing the raunchy lyrics to her beau Stause: “I know that she masturbates to the memories we have made.”

According to The Tab, Strause praised the song on Instagram, commenting: “How do you make us emotional and horny at the same time?? Your power 🤯😉👏❤️‍🔥.”

G Flip has previously explained the inspiration behind the song “GAY 4 ME” to NME, saying: “No matter what gender or sexuality. I’ve been on the other end of this situation, where girls have told me they aren’t gay, but they’re gay for me. The words really fell out of my mouth when writing this one.”

The relationship between G Flip and Stause first came to light in May when she confirmed on the Selling Sunset reunion special that she was seeing someone.

The couple met at a Halloween party in 2021 but their connection deepened when G Flip asked the real estate agent to star in their music video for their song “Get Me Outta Here”. Stause was more than happy to comply, calling it a “chaotic love story”.

“[Dating G Flip] started because I was just going to be in their video, it’s about this chaotic love story. I come from soaps, I love acting, and with the job that we have I don’t always get to do it. At first of course I was like, ‘Yes let’s do that,’” Stause said at the reunion.

Since then the couple have been inseparable and have attended numerous events together such as the MTV Awards. In an interview with Vogue, Stause told the magazine that being with G Flip is “such a mood-lifting experience; if you ever had the pleasure of being in the same room with them, you would quickly see what I mean.”

The praise didn’t end there as she also expressed what it was like being in her first openly queer relationship and the conversation around non-binary individuals.

“Well, it’s been nice to just kind of put the conversation out there a little more, because sometimes when people don’t know about something, they automatically don’t approve or don’t like it,” she said.

“The non-binary conversation can make people confused, but if you’re someone who prefers to be called Bob instead of Bobby, you know, people instantly respect that. And so if somebody identifies one way, and it makes them feel comfortable, we need to be open to that.”

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Author: Danai Nesta Kupemba


My name is David but my online nick almost everywhere is Altabear. I'm a web developer, graphic artist and outspoken human rights (and by extension, mens rights) advocate. Married to my gorgeous husband for 12 years, together for 25 and living with our partner of 4 years, in beautiful Edmonton, Canada.

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