British singer-songwriter Twigs, born Tahliah Barnett, 27, spoke to the magazine as part of a cover profile in advance of her upcoming new album, "EP3," later this year.
“I wouldn’t say I’m completely numb to it now, but there’s definitely a numbness there,” she told the magazine about past attacks she has gotten on Twitter and other outlets.
The interview was done in parts and the writer really got to know Twigs, one time even showing up to her place and actor Pattinson, 29, answered the door.
In a later interview, Twigs addressed some of Pattinson's fans, who also have attacked her on social, including those that would rather see him with his "Twilight" co-star Kristen Stewart.
“It is pretty horrible,” she said. “But, ultimately, I’m in an amazing relationship. So it doesn’t matter.”
As for her personality in general, Twigs wanted to correct a stereotype.
“I feel like people don’t realize that I have a sense of humor about things,” she said “I’m very goofy, and I’ve enjoyed being able to incorporate some of that into my work, but still have a really serious message behind it."