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Ariana Grande & Victoria Monet's 'Monopoly'

Ariana Grande & Victoria Monet's 'Monopoly'

One fan said it didn't matter whether Grande did or didn't come out, but seemed to think Grande was bisexual, writing, "ariana ain't gotta label herself, but she said what she said".

It goes by quickly, but in the song, Grande and Monét sing-well, rap-"I like women and men".

Victoria is one of the songwriters who helped Ariana write a bunch of the songs on her new album Thank U, Next.

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

Grande had earlier teased her new song via social media before its release on Wednesday.

But, that's not all.

The music video, which consists of emphatic meme aesthetics, has stirred the singer's fan base with some speculating that Ariana may be bisexual.

New offense, same question for Jordan Howard after Eagles trade
The Bears had shopped Howard, 24, all offseason but found a taker with the NFL Draft a little less than one month away. Eagles had been looking to supplement their running options following the departures of Jay Ajayi and Darren Sproles .

Is Ariana Grande bisexual?

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

Fans immediately took to Twitter after the song's release to wonder whether or not Grande was coming out as a bisexual.

Along with the song, Ariana Grande and Victoria Monet also dropped an accompanying music video with fun animation and a home video like visuals.

At the time, the singer stressed that the "lgbtq community has been so special to me and supportive throughout my entire career".

In her response to the Manchester Pride criticism, Grande said: "Also i wanna visit a city that means so much to me". In other words, Ari doesn't label her sexuality.


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