Ariana Grande dropped her latest track Monopoly with BFF and hit collaborator Victoria Monét with a meme-able 2019 music video to accompany it and the song's biggest fan, Joan Grande, stepped into defend the girls from what she saw as an unfair accusation.
Ariana Grande's reply to her fan's comment.
After fans started to discuss the topic on Twitter, Grande said she didn't feel the need to label herself.
In fact, when Grande responded to critics of her headliner slot at Manchester Pride this year, she referenced the fact that she has never publicly labeled herself (though she has only publicly dated men).
The insider said: "She is of course a well-known LGBT ally and this is her supporting her friends".
On Twitter, some fans claimed she was exploiting the queer community by headlining the celebration-and noted that ticket prices doubled compared to the previous year.
Mont is openly bisexual, though Grande has been vague about her sexuality in the past.
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She also added: "To friendship, freedom, protecting your energy and staying right in your bag we love you".
According to a line in the song, the singer stated that she likes both men and women so much.
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.
Ariana Grande and Victoria Monét team up on their eagerly-awaited collaboration "Monopoly".
Grande is now on the USA leg of her Sweetener World Tour.
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Whether or not the singer did reveal her sexuality, we shouldn't have to label individuals and just continue supporting them.