Ariana Grande responds to bisexuality speculation

Ariana Grande on Twitter

Ariana Grande teased the release date of the track on Twitter

Singer Ariana Grande has said she will not label her sexuality as her newest single "Monopoly" sparked rumours of her being bisexual.

The "Thank U, Next" hitmaker who starred fellow artist Victoria Monét on the song repeated the lyric, 'I like women and men (yeah)'.

But at one point in the song, Ariana looks directly at the camera and sings, "I like women and men".

Another declared: 'A bisexual anthem!' and added: 'I'm so proud of u'. But the singer is responding that she eschews labels.

Despite Grande's refusal to confirm either way, her friend and co-collaborator Monét came out as bisexual in November 2018 on Twitter.

She also liked a handful of tweets that put forth the message that sexuality is fluid and exists on a spectrum.

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

Ariana dropped the single in celebration of her chart-soaring hit 7 Rings remaining at the top of the billboards for weeks.

I quickly fell down a rabbit hole of people accusing Grande of darkening her skin. I love the people I make it with.

Ari set the record straight on Twitter, saying that she's never labeled her sexuality and doesn't feel the need to now.

The release of "Monopoly" comes after the music video for her song "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored", in which Grande is shown flirting with model Ariel Yasmine, who is also her lookalike.

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