Robert Pattinson and Tahliah Barnett aka FKA Twigs recently enjoyed the 2015 Coachella Music Festival, and were caught on camera sharing a lot of sweet moments.
According to a report from Hollywood Life , a photo of the couple posted by one of the “Rover” actor’s friends even dissed his ex-girlfriend and “Twilight” leading lady, Kristen Stewart.
A producer named Mohammed Al Turki posted a photo alongside friends Robert Pattinson and Tahliah Barnett aka FKA Twigs while at the annual music festival.
However, his caption received a lot of negative feedback since it seemed to throw shade at his friend’s former flame.
“‘Never forget the friends that make you smile.
Not that fake smile.
But a wide pure true smile,” Robert Pattinson’s friend captioned the photo.
“They make you happy for a reason so hold on to that memory.” Kristen Stewart’s fans took offense in the caption written alongside Robert Pattinson and Tahliah Barnett aka FKA Twigs’ photo.
However, some of the couple’s fans defended the pair, saying “Twilight” fans should just be happy for Robert Pattinson and his newfound love.
Gigwise reported how Robert Pattinson’s girlfriend Tahliah Barnett aka FKA Twigs recently spoke about haters who have been very negative about their relationship.
“I didn’t want them to see me being bullied and not stand up for myself.
Ultimately I’m 10 times stronger than somebody hiding behind a weird name on Twitter,” the “Two Weeks” singer said.
“I wanted to show that I can stand up for myself so then hopefully another person will see that and want to stand up for themselves.” The eccentric English musician admitted she actually read some of the negative posts written about her since she and the hunk actor went public with their relationship last year.
“I remember at the height when things were really bad for me.
I remember lying in bed at three o’clock in the morning and it’s embarrassing but I was just reading through everything, reading every single comment,” she recalled.
“I just couldn’t believe the world was like that.
I guess I’m quite naive for someone who’s come through the internet, I don’t engage with it that much.” “I just couldn’t believe people think like that or say things like that.
It was morbidly fascinating,” she added.