Ariana Grande breaks her silence after fans thought she came out as bisexual
It's fair to say that Ariana Grande has a pretty big LGBT+ fanbase - so much so that some fans have speculated over the years that the thank u, next songstress might actually be gay or bisexual herself. Up until now, this was little more than rumours and wishful thinking. However, when the lyrics for Ariana Grande’s newest upcoming track Monopoly leaked online, a number of fans on social media jumped to the conclusion that the lyrics were actually referencing Ariana's bisexuality.
The track, which is a collaboration between Grande and her friend Victoria Monet, features the line: "I like women and men (yeah)." Seems pretty unambiguous at first glance, but Ariana has recently addressed the issue by stating that lyrics site Genius mistakenly attributed the lyrics to her and that this line is meant to be sung by Monet, who came out as bisexual in November. When a fan named Lexi tweeted: "Ariana ain’t gotta label herself, but she said what she said [sic]" Ariana herself retweeted: "I haven’t before and still don’t feel the need to now which is ok. [sic]" Scroll down to check out how some of her fanbase reacted when they mistakenly thought she'd come out as bisexual.
This isn't the first time Ariana has had to clarify things with her fanbase. Check out this article we penned all about the time Ariana responded to fan criticism that she'd apparently snubbed Demi Lovato.