Ariana Grande refuses to label her sexuality after admitting she ‘likes women and men’ on new song Monopoly

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ARIANA Grande has refused to label her sexuality after she admitted she “likes women and men” in her new song Monopoly.

The singer took to Twitter to address rumours that she came out in the song, where she declares: “I like women and men!”

Ariana is refusing to put a label on her sexuality
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One fan wrote: “Ariana ain’t got label herself, but she said what she said.

Ariana replied: “I haven’t before and still don’t feel the need to now, which is okay.”

Victoria Monet, who worked with Ariana on Monopoly, then followed up by replying to a fan who questioned Ariana’s sexuality with a tweet: “she said what she said.”

It comes after Grande sparked rumours she’s back together with her ex-boyfriend Big Sean after they were seen getting “cosy” leaving a recording studio together.

Ariana responded to a fan on Twitter

The former couple dated for around eight months in 2015 but called it quits blaming their busy work schedules.

The 7 Rings singer and rapper Sean were seen looking close as they sat in his car on Wednesday night following a recording studio in Los Angeles.

Ariana arrived at the venue first before Big Sean pulled up and the exes bumped into one another outside.

Holding one of her dogs to hide her face, Ariana, 25, showed off her pooch to Sean before they drove off together.

The star sings about liking men and women in her new music video
The exes were spotted getting cosy sparking rumours they're dating again
Grande recently sparked rumours she’s back together with her ex-boyfriend Big Sean after they were seen getting ‘cosy’ leaving a recording studio together
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Both stars are currently single – Ariana since ending her brief engagement to comedian Pete Davidson, at the end of 2018, and Big Sean upon finishing his three-year relationship with Jhene Aiko in November.

Rumours have been swirling since Ariana released her hit single, Thank U, Next.

In the opening lyric for smash song, Ariana sings: “Thought I’d end up with Sean/ But he wasn’t a match.”

Eagled-eyed fans were quick to spot hints that she was still into Sean after watching the Mean Girls-inspired video.

Writing in the Burn Book, Ariana shows she’s still got it bad for her former boyfriend, writing Sean’s “so cute, so sweet” and “(could still get it).”

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