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Did Ariana Grande Confirm She's Bisexual? | Ariana Grande, Victoria Monet

Did Ariana Grande Confirm She's Bisexual? | Ariana Grande, Victoria Monet

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

The 25-year-old singer appeared to address the speculation when she replied to a fan who tweeted on Monday, "Ariana ain't gotta label herself, but she said what she said".

The surprise track has been getting fans' dices rolling since it was announced last week, with many speculating what the song could possibly be about.

The song "Monopoly" compares girls to the classic board game in which players buy and trade properties with the goal of one person becoming the richest player.

However, aside from the single's highly-anticipated release, fans can't stop talking about the lyrics, which suggest the "Thank U, Next" singer is bisexual.

Shortly after a wave of comments starting flooding in on social media, Victoria Monet made a decision to comment back to a fan asking if Ariana Grande is in fact bisexual.

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"I haven't before and still don't feel the need to now which is okay", Grande tweeted, along with a black heart emoji and a fairy emoji.

She also added: "To friendship, freedom, protecting your energy and staying right in your bag we love you".

"We stan a bisexual queen", one follower wrote.

Fans are also taking to Twitter to call out those who dragged Ariana Grande for headlining Manchester Pride.

Ariana has also long allied herself with the LGBTQ community, telling Troye Sivan in an interview for Paper magazine previously: "There's nothing, I swear to God, honest to God, knock me out, I swear on my life, more rewarding than seeing sweet little gays in the audience moving along to my choreography".