Charlie Puth is inspired by the LGBTQ+ community and the feeling is mutual. (Charlie Puth)

Charlie Puth said the gay club that blasted Madonna inspired a song from his new album.

Puth recently dropped the song “Loser” from his album. CHARLIEthe song he featured was inspired by the gay clubs of West Hollywood.

He told GQ was working on the track but was only “halfway satisfied” with it when he drove past iconic gay clubs Pump and The Abbey “and everyone was dancing to something that wasn’t on the radio”.

“I think LGBTQ+ culture is so ahead of its time culturally, sonically, musically, everything, that if I didn’t have a perfect song in the studio, and I was by myself and I saw everyone having a great time, I literally heard in another song in my head.

“I rearranged everything, went back to the studio, was so inspired.”

Music appeared on SiriusXM’s Radio TikTokwhere he was asked about the story.

Elaborating, he explained how he saw people dancing to “unreleased Madonna” outside of Pump and realized “this song I just made isn’t going to make anybody here dance.”

“It’s 1 a.m. at this point and I’m back and inspired by the LGBTQ+ community and how ahead of the curve they are culturally and musically.

“I came back, made it so much better, and I’m literally so grateful that I just walked past this restaurant.”

He had it too GQ interview in which Charlie Puth rejects claims that he engages in queerbaiting by placing thirst traps.

Viewers began to accuse him of posting only to gain a gay audience, and intense conversations ensued Twitter and TikTok.

It follows from this silly accusations against Harry Styles and Billie Eilish.

Although some said he was just posting what he wantsothers said that he clearly taking advantage LGBTQ+ community.

But he denies these claims. “I am very excited. All the time,” Charlie Puth said, clarifying that he doesn’t post them “to antagonize anyone.”