Ariana Grande and Victoria Monet team up for new single 'MONOPOLY'

Tanya Cunningham
April 4, 2019

Ariana Grande dropped her latest single "Monopoly" and it has everyone wondering if she just came out as bisexual. However, the "thank u, next" singer set the record straight on Twitter.

In the post-chorus, both women sing the line, "I like women and men".

Monet has previously come out on social media, but listeners can not help but wonder if Grande used the song to come out as bisexual. Or is this more shrouded self-love?

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

We're holding out hope for the former!

Monet responded "she said what she said" to one fan on Instagram, who asked, "IS SHE BI OR NAH". After fans started to discuss the topic on Twitter, Grande said she didn't feel the need to label herself. Regardless of the outcome, I prefer this because it's real and feels happy. That was 21-year-old Toronto-born dancer and student, Donté Colley, who makes several appearances in the video doing what he does best - dancing that hate away and bringing the positivity.

Along with liking fan comments about sexual fluidity and living your own truth, Grande also commented on a fan's tweet about not having to labe one's self.

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

Ariana Grande has appeared to reveal she's bisexual in her new track Monopoly.

Ariana Grande and Victoria Monét team up on their eagerly-awaited collaboration "Monopoly".

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