Ariana Grande refuses to label her sexuality despite bisexual rumours

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Entitled "Monopoly", and featuring her bestie Victoria Monét, the track was recorded during the first dates of Ariana's "Sweetener" tour.

Ariana Grande and her ponytail have a new single called "Monopoly", which features her and her best friend Victoria Monét twerking in CT.

The single contains the line: "I like women and men (yeah)".

When one fan on Twitter defended her against online criticism and wrote: "Ariana ain't gotta label herself, but 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.

Now that Grande could have just revealed she is in fact bisexual, many are praising the singer for coming out in a creative way, making fans feel comfortable living their truth and just showing the world their true selves.

She also added: "To friendship, freedom, protecting your energy and staying right in your bag we love you".

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However, while the song and video are great, fans have been talking about the lyrics in particular since they seem to suggest the songstress might have just come out as bisexual.

She also liked a handful of tweets that put forth the message that sexuality is fluid and exists on a spectrum.

Kinda thinking Brad and I may have to make a dance video to this next.

Meanwhile, Victoria dances up a storm as she sports leopard print shorts, dream catcher earrings and a padded Fendi jacket.

Ariana Grande can't be stopped!

However, the relationship ended in October with a source telling Us at the time that 'they realised it happened too quick and too early'.

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