Nick Jonas on Olivia Culpo Split: ‘It Was the Most Meaningful Relationship I’ve Ever Been In’

There are a few things Nick Jonas would like to get off his chest.

In his latest interview with Out magazine, the singer opens up about his career and personal life. Talking about his music, Jonas, 23, first and foremost insists he’s not “gay baiting” by aggressively playing into the LGBT community and working the gay press.

“It’s not the majority, but a large handful have a negative opinion for whatever reason,” he says, “and I think it’s really quite sad.”

Though Jonas has been recently making headlines for his rumored relationship with Kate Hudson, his upcoming album, titled Last Year Was Complicated, will focus on his 2015 breakup with former Miss USA Olivia Culpo, who he was dating for nearly two years prior to their split.

“With this one I made a real point to tell stories as honestly as I could,” the “Levels” crooner says. “It became very clear what it was going to be about, after the breakup. I just dove in headfirst and wrote about all of it. I think it was the most meaningful relationship I’ve ever been in, and it was the longest.”

“It definitely sucks,” he continues of having his love life dissected. “It sort of feels like, on top of dealing with the situation with the person, you have to be thinking about other people’s opinion about it, and without all the information.”

He adds, “I think it’s kind of amusing, people’s interests. But it’s funny, because I think I live a pretty low-key life.”