Bebe Rexha revealed during a Twitter Q&A that she wants to be running her own record label in 10 years' time.
Bebe Rexha wants her own record label.
The 29-year-old singer - who is currently signed to Warner Bros. Records - held a Twitter Q&A session with her entitled #AskBebe and spilled that in 10 years' time she believes she will be the boss of her own label.
One fan asked: ''Where do you see yourself in 10 years?''
To which the 'I'm A Mess' hitmaker replied: ''Running my own record label''
As well as receiving lots of questions, Bebe was also feeling the love from her 1.18 followers with many tweeting her to thank her for her music.
One fan said: ''This isn't a question, but I just want to tell you that you're one of only a handful of artists that I feel a connection with.
''It's like you took words from my mouth and made them into lyrics. I can't tell you how thankful I am for that.''
To which the pop star replied: ''That makes me happy. Love you.''
It was also discovered during the Q&A that the blonde beauty's favourite thing in the world is her pet dog Bear.
A fan asked: ''#AskBebe What's your favorite thing in the world? (sic)''
Prompting the answer: ''My dog bear (sic)''
Bebe has made no secret of her fondness for her mutt mate and, despite becoming a global star because of her music, she insists it's the simple things in life that she still enjoys the most.
Speaking about her fame, Bebe said: ''It's amazing but I still love the basic things. I still love coffee and pizza and my dog. I like basic things, you know? But I do like my Chanel handbags.''
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