Published: Thu, April 04, 2019
Culture | By Jeremy Gray

Ariana Grande Drops Song ''Monopoly'' and Fans Think She's Bisexual

Ariana Grande Drops Song ''Monopoly'' and Fans Think She's Bisexual

"I like women and men (Yeah) / Work so f-kin' much, need a twinny, twin, twin (Yeah)". Or is this more shrouded self-love?

Early in the song, Monét and Grande sing the line in question together, but later on, Grande sings the line solo.

We're holding out hope for the former!

Victoria, who came out as bisexual previous year, replied to a fan comment on Instagram that said, "IS SHE BI OR NAH".

"If Ariana is bisexual and this is her way of coming out, then I'm so proud of her", one wrote, while another added, "If it isn't then thank you for the bisexual anthem ma'am!"

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As more fans began to question the lyric, Grande chose to weigh in herself via Twitter.

Others said that fans shouldn't assume someone's sexuality, and that fans shouldn't push her to address the topic before she's ready.

Monét, who admitted that she likes girls in a tweet a year ago, also sings the lyric.

Ariana dropped the single in celebration of her chart-soaring hit 7 Rings remaining at the top of the billboards for weeks. Regardless of the outcome, I prefer this because it's real and feels happy. The pair recently performed an unreleased track titled "She Got Her Own" at Grande's DC stop of the "Sweetener" tour last week. But we think listeners will mostly focus on whether or not Ari sings both ways, if you know what we mean.

Of course, this isn't the first time fans have freaked out over one of Grande's musical projects.

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