Ariana Grande & Victoria Monet's 'Monopoly'

Ariana Grande's new single has commenced a Twitter war. Is she coming out or queerbaiting

Ariana Grande's new single has commenced a Twitter war. Is she coming out or queerbaiting?Orli Matlow Apr 02 2019@6:23 PM

Here are a couple of tweets: 'Ariana confirm you're bisexual so us gays can have another icon.' / 'If Ariana grande comes out as bisexual I'm dead forever'.

The singer just dropped her brand new single with good friend Victoria Monet.

Ariana Grande's reply to her fan's comment. Then, Grande herself weighed in by responding to a Twitter fan who said she doesn't have to label herself.

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

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The lyric in question is the one, "I like women and men (Yeah)". Grande will make an additional stop in Toronto on June 26.

"Monopoly" is the latest collaboration between the two women.

As well as addressing her sexuality, Grande also "liked" a tweet from a fan that read: "Hope y'all know sexuality is fluid and no one has to "come out" as anything if they don't want to".

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In addition to securing bags, both women sing about their sexuality: "I like women and men / Work so f**kin' much, need a twinny, twin, twin".

The lyrics went viral following its release as fans assumed that this was Grande's coming out announcement.

Grande recently defended herself against accusations that she is exploiting the LGBT+ community when she was announced as the headline act at Manchester Pride 2019, with organisers being criticised for more than doubling the price of tickets compared to the previous year. But the singer is responding that she eschews labels.

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