Ariana Grande May Have Come Out As Bisexual In Her New Song “Monopoly”

April 2, 2019 / Posted by:

Us Weekly is reporting that Ariana Grande‘s career is really on the right track. She’s got a #1 album and #1 singles, and now she’s fully moving fully into the next phase of her female pop-stardom: hinted bisexuality. Britney did it. Madonna did it. Christina did it. All three did it at the same time: it’s a tried and true equation. Hot pop starlet + lipstick lesbianism = $$$$$.

Ariana released a new song yesterday on April 1st and it is not a prank. The song “Monopoly” features one of Ariana’s 7 best friendsVictoria Monét. In the song, Ariana Grande sings about potentially being into both the D and the V. I mean, aren’t authentic millennials all a little bit gay? It’s the hot new thing! Well Ariana and Victoria (who actually is bisexual) are definitely here to preach about dipping some toes into the same-sex pond. Here are some lyrics:

“I like women and men (Yeah) / Work so fuckin’ much, need a twinny, twin, twin / You’d be straight for life if I gave you my pin (Yeah) / Even though we gave up that 90 percent for the win, oh.”

Girl even dragged herself mentioning how Rodgers & Hammerstein make more money off her than she does. Well people were super excited about this potentially gay turn of events. Had dating Pete Davidson turned Ari fully off of eggplant and she was now ready to dive headfirst into some fresh tilapia? The internet was ready to ask about it:

One fan got bold and decided they would try their luck and asked Victoria straight up on her Instagram page: “IS SHE BI OR NAH?” to which Vicky replied:

“She said what she said.”

And Ariana herself got on Twitter to say literally the same vague “no labels” type of queer-baiting my gay ass is already used to:

She said what she said. Can’t wait for next year when Ariana gets mad at The Grammys for not letting her and Victoria sing “Monopoly” on the broadcast complete with a fully-choreographed interpretive-dance bisexual orgy.

Here’s that “Monopoly” video and yes, the song will stick in my head:

Pic: YouTube

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