Did Ariana Grande come out as bisexual on new song 'Monopoly'?

Oscar Cross
April 3, 2019

Grande has since responded to all the fans questioning her sexuality via Twitter.

The 25-year-old songstress is ready to celebrate the release of her new single, "Monopoly", with singer-songwriter and friend, Victoria Monét.

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

And a third person, who identifies as bisexual in their profile, wrote: "Can Ariana Grande stop queerbaiting and treating bisexuality like it's some cute f*ckin joke for straight women to play with???"

Grande's next line, "Work so fuckin" much, need a twinny, twin, twin (Hey)", could be a reference to her last music video, "break up with your girlfriend, ' in which Grande leans in for a kiss with a girl who looks suspiciously like her. On top of that, it's incredible to have two massively successful women sing openly about being on the LGBTQ+ spectrum in a hit song in 2019.

Shortly after the lyrics came out, fans started speculating that Ariana had come out as bisexual in the track.

So um. Did Grande just come out as bisexual?

Also back in February, Grande copped backlash after announcing that she'd headline Manchester Pride, and then allowing the ticket prices to sky rocket as a result.

Now that Grande could have just revealed she is in fact bisexual, many are praising the singer for coming out in a creative way, making fans feel comfortable living their truth and just showing the world their true selves.

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