Out singer Adam Lambert on Tuesday asked his more than 2.3 million Twitter followers whether gays should be flattered that straight male pop stars are reaching out to them.

“Anyone find it interesting how straight male Pop stars r pandering to gay audiences lately!? Should we be flattered? Progress or strategy?” he tweeted.

“nick jonas shade,” Tez responded.

“No shade. I just wanna hear about music! Not be teased on weather [sic] someone MIGHT be bi curious or gay or straight. Who cares?! Lol,” Lambert wrote.

“Hahah I love how on social media- I ask my fans a question and all of a sudden I'm 'throwing shade' Hahahha. No Drama!” he added in a separate tweet.

A few minutes later, Lambert was asked to name his favorite song.

“Jealous by @nickjonas,” he answered.

Jonas, who recently said that he embraces his gay fans, came up again when Lambert retweeted a message from Perez Hilton: “Shady! It's genuine! @NickJonas is the real deal! Really talented and really awesome and a good bud!”