Ariana Grande Addresses Her Sexuality After 'Monopoly' Lyrics Stir Up Conversation

Ariana Grande Addresses Her Sexuality After 'Monopoly' Lyrics Stir Up Conversation

Many of her fans believe Ariana Grande just came out as bisexual in her new duet "Monopoly" with Victoria Monét.

"Ariana Grande is officially bi this is the best day of my life", one user wrote, while another added: "miss ariana grande saying "i like women and men" as a line in a song.a fucking mood! but im not gonna jump to conclusions n assume shes bi until she addresses it. if she is gonna be dropping my uwus [sic] all over the place".

The singer-songwriter, who came out as bisexual past year, simply wrote back, "she said what she said".

Grande said that she is not going to "label herself", which is getting both yays and boos from Woke Twitter.

"I like women and men (Yeah) / Work so f**kin" much, need a twinny, twin, twin (Yeah),' Ari sings.

But, that's not all.

In fact, even before it dropped, people were able to check out the lyrics that were leaked on the site Genius and started suspecting Ariana was talking about her sexuality in the song. Grande will make an additional stop in Toronto on June 26.

And a third fan posted: "I'm so proud of Ariana for expressing her sexuality and showing that sexuality is fluid".

The track's lyrics prompted fans to wonder if the singer was addressing her sexuality, with one lyric focused on liking both men and women.

Grande and Monét, who penned several songs on Grande's #1 album thank u, next together, celebrate their friendship and joint success in the collab. But the singer is responding that she eschews labels. "The LGBTQ community has been so special to me and supportive throughout my entire career".

Grande has maintained a close relationship with the northern English city after her concert at Manchester Arena in May 2017 was targeted by a suicide bomber, which left 22 people dead.

The lyrics went viral following its release as fans assumed that this was Grande's coming out announcement.

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