Ariana Grande’s new song called “Monopoly” features lyrics implying she likes both men and women, and when fans started to question her sexuality, Grande took to Twitter and said that she prefers not to label herself as bisexual, according to Newsweek.
She has also been accused by some fans of “queerbaiting,” or hinting at being queer to attract an LGBT audience. This is why they asked her to clarify whether she was bisexual.
"I haven't before and still don’t feel the need to now which is okay," Grande tweeted, according to Newsweek.
“Monopoly” features bisexual artist Daniella Monet singing the same lyric as Grande: “I like women and men.”