Fans Think Ariana Grande Just Came Out As Bisexual Thanks To Her New Song

Ariana Grande has released, yet another, new song within the span of a year—following her busy year of releasing not one, but two record-breaking albums. After the success of Sweetener and Thank U, Next, it seems Grande is basking in the spotlight that is the top of all playlist charts for radio stations, streaming services, and pop music.

While on her Sweetener/Thank U, Next tour, Grande decided to drop some more music that she had made with friends during the recording of her other records, but tracks that were cut from the albums. Now, thanks to one song, in particular, fans are convinced that Grande just came out as bisexual.

On Monday, Grande—along with her long-time friend Victoria Monét—released the song “Monopoly,” along with what appears to be a self-made music video.

In the lyrics, Grande is heard repeating multiple times:

“I like women and men.”

Immediately, fans on Twitter began losing their minds—thinking this was the moment they had all been waiting for.

However, some people online are thinking that Grande may have added the line in the song for fun and won’t believe it’s true until the Queen herself speaks up.

Others areconcerned that Grande is “queer-baiting” again, as she was dragged previously for her “Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored” music video, where she flirts and dances with another woman.

Others think that the line in the song may belong to Victoria—who came out as bisexual recently.

So far, Grande has not commented on the topic—but has shared links to the single on her Twitter account and some love to her BFF, Victoria.