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Lil Uzi Vert Updates Pronouns, But Here's Why People Are Frustrated

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spoken about wearing women’s clothing over the years. So them finding an identity somewhere under the LGBTQ+ umbrella may not have come as a surprise to everyone.But the pronoun change has prompted mixed responses, albeit not necessarily for the reasons one might think.

Some fans immediately expressed their support for Uzi, with one popular post even referring to them as “officially the best non binary rapper of all time” (although it’s important to note that not all people who use they/them pronouns automatically identify as non-binary).Others have drawn attention to the rapper’s recent charge of felony assault against their ex-girlfriend, Brittany Byrd, while others threw it back to transphobic-sounding lyrics in their 2019 song “That’s a Rack” — “I was checkin’ my DMs, found out she was a man / I can’t DM, never, ever again.” Lil Uzi isn’t the only hip-hop artist to open up about their LGBTQ+ identity recently.Rapper Lil Wop, who came out as bisexual earlier this year, spoke to Say Cheese about his preferences for feminine men and trans women. “It’s whatever.

It’s love… I want all the love,” he said. His comments also took a left turn, however, when he made a point to clarify that he’s not “soft, sweet, or [any] of that shit.”“I ain’t out here sucking no dick or getting fucked in the ass or no shit like that,” he explained. “I’m masculine, so I’m a motherfucking king.” Of course, none of these things are mutually exclusive.Taylor Bennett, on the other hand, seems further along in his identity journey, recently chatting with People about headlining at NYC’s Youth Pride after coming out as bisexual five years earlier.“Spaces like this, I didn’t have that as a kid, and if I felt more support as a child — and I also.

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