Ariana Grande Responds To Speculation She's Bisexual After Telling 'Monopoly' Lyrics

2 April 2019, 14:08 | Updated: 2 April 2019, 14:11

Ariana Grande and Victoria Monet have dropped 'Monopoly'
Ariana Grande and Victoria Monet have dropped 'Monopoly'. Picture: Getty

After Ariana's brand new track 'Monopoly' was released, fans were sent into meltdown over the lyrics, speculating that the star has come out as bisexual – and Ari has now responded.

The '7 Rings' star, who's currently on her Sweetener World Tour, dropped her new track, 'Monopoly', on Monday night.

Collaborating with best pal Victoria Monet, Ariana Grande has made a song about her success and gratitude to her fans.

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After fans clocked on to some of the lyrics, including: "I like women and men", many were quick to question whether the star is bisexual – and she has since responded to their queries .

When a fan tweeted: "Ariana ain't gotta label herself, but she said what she said," the pop star responded: "I haven't before and still don't feel the need to now, which is okay."

The 'Monopoly' chorus includes the lyrics:

I like women and men (Yeah)
Work so f*ckin' much, need a twinny, twin, twin
How you hit the club when you barely got in?
Then we hit the bank, making them investments for the win, oh

As expected, Twitter couldn't handle this 'revelation'.

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