Ariana Grande refuses to label her sexuality

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"I haven't [labeled myself] before and still don't feel the need to now", she wrote.

Ariana Grande dropped off another catchy track yesterday called "Monopoly" featuring the likes of Victoria Monét.

The singer-songwriter, who came out as bisexual a year ago, simply wrote back, "she said what she said".

The song which was released on Monday has generated mixed reactions as some quarters feel Ariana Grande has subtly shown what her sexuality is. Ariana Grande Says "F*CK" as She Wins Trophy For "Sweetener" at Grammy Awards 2019 Despite Fallout With Producers.

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The insider said: "She is of course a well-known LGBT ally and this is her supporting her friends".

"@ArianaGrande has been nothing BUT supportive of the LGBT community and I know she would not use it just for her benefit".

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

Ariana and Victoria also released a music video for the song, which sees the two girls simply just having fun.

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Monét came out as bisexual last November, telling fans in a tweet, "After coming out, this thanksgiving coulda went waaaay left!"

At the time, the singer stressed that the "lgbtq community has been so special to me and supportive throughout my entire career".

After Grande weighed in on Twitter, many people applauded her decision to eschew labels.

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Meanwhile, Grande's fans turned the topic into a more meaningful conversation about coming out in general.

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