Ariana Grande does not think there is a need to label her sexuality. The popular singer took to Twitter to respond to a rumor sparked by her new track with best friend Victoria Monet, “Monopoly.”

On Monday, Ariana dropped the new track with a line that says, “I like women and men.” Although the song simply compares women to the board game Monopoly, in which players buy and trade their properties to determine the richest, speculations are rife that the song is Ariana’s way of subtly coming out as a bisexual.

The controversial line in the song’s post-chorus says, “I like women and men.” Both Ariana and Victoria sing the line, but later in the song, Ariana sings it again on her own.

Since Monday, fans of Ariana who believe she just came out of the closet have been actively sharing their messages of support for their idol on Twitter. “Are u a bisexual? Super proud of u if its tru. Love u,” one fan wrote. “So Ariana is bi … this just confirms my theory that no one is 100% straight,” another wrote.

Debunking the rumors, however, a friend of Ariana said in an interview earlier this week that “Monopoly” had nothing to do with Ariana’s sexuality. “She is of course a well-known LGBT ally and this is her supporting her friends,” the source said.

Although Ariana has been mum about the issue since the track’s release, one tweet supporting her urged the singer to finally address the rumors. On Tuesday, one fan stepped up to defend Ariana from fans who have been making a big deal out of her sexuality because of her new song. “Ariana ain’t gotta label herself, but she said what she said,” the fan tweeted.

In response to the tweet, Ariana finally set the record straight about her sexuality, saying that she does not need to label it. “I haven’t before and still don’t feel the need to now,” she wrote. “Which is okay.”

Meanwhile, there are speculations that “Monopoly” is more about Ariana’s collaborator Victoria, who came out as a bisexual in November 2018. After posting her confession on Twitter, Ariana’s best friend posted, “After coming out, this thanksgiving coulda went waaaaay left!! But she love meeee how I am and I’m so happy.”

Ariana Grande US singer/songwriter Ariana Grande attends Billboard's 13th Annual Women In Music event at Pier 36 in New York City on on December 6, 2018. ANGELA WEISS/AFP/Getty Images