The Weeknd and Chance The Rapper cover GQ Magazine's February issue. In a new interview with the fashion publication, Abel discusses his sex life, his new haircut, his thoughts on Donald Trump and more.

At one point, GQ's Devin Friedman asks The Weeknd, "Does the nature of groupie interactions give you an oversize sense of self?"

The Toronto singer essentially says no, because he's too focused on making quality music, instead. "The reason why they want to fuck with me is because of what I do [in the studio]. So I’d rather just focus on doing that,” he says.

Friedman goes on to ask The Weeknd's thoughts about Donald Trump. In early October, audio hit the Internet of Trump having a lewd conversation about women, in which the President-Elect said he "grabs them" by the crotch area.

“I don’t know anybody that would do that,” The Weeknd says about Trump's words. “I know a lot of people in the industry, and I don’t know anybody. Like, a random girl that like you just spoke to? No. I mean... No. How do you even grab a pussy? Like, is it even grabbable? America, man. They never fail you.”

During the interview, the Canadian crooner also talks about his current sex life, and how a good song can get him in the mood.

“Right now,” Abel says, “I’m much more, like, self-regulating than I was four years ago, when I first started getting everything and enjoying life. I don’t focus on it as much as I used to. You know what I mean? Before it’s like, ‘Holy fuck - this is amazing.’ Right now, it’s like a good song turns me on way more. Like, that gets me horny, like, literally gets me horny.”

In case you missed it, The Weeknd and Selena Gomez sparked dating rumors yesterday (Jan. 12) after paparazzi captured them kissing.

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