Lil Uzi Vert nonbinary? Rapper updates pronouns to they/them

Lil Uzi Vert has updated her Instagram pronouns to her/her which seems to indicate the rapper identifies as non-binary.

Over the weekend, the XO Tour Llif3 artist quietly updated his Instagram bio to include the pronouns she/they. Of course, things didn’t stay quiet for long as fans were quick to spot the change and tweeted out screenshots.

Uzi has not yet commented on the move. However, on Sunday morning, Rich Minions rapper Yeat tweeted “Yo they,” to which Uzi replied, “Yo yeat.”

A representative for Uzi said “no confirmation or comment on this” when reached by The Times on Monday.

The news comes as Uzi is hard at work promoting Space Cadet, the surprise SoundCloud exclusive ahead of her upcoming Red & White EP. Uzi feels at home with pounding drums and chilled synths while sticking to the interstellar themes that have been a mainstay of their catalogue.

Uzi isn’t the only celebrity to have changed their pronouns in recent years. Ezra Miller, the embattled star of upcoming movie The Flash, revealed in 2018 that they were non-binary, while singer and actress Demi Lovato shared in 2021 that they also use she/them pronouns.

“When I overdosed in 2018, I felt like the reason I did it was because I was ignoring my truth and suppressing who I really am to please stylists or team members … or even fans who wanted me to be.” the sexy, feminine pop star in a leotard,” Lovato told gender-nonconforming writer-performer Alok Vaid-Menon.

“I thought that was what I was supposed to be and now I realize that living your truth is so much more important than ever suppressing yourself because that’s the kind of thing that happens when you it does.”

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Sarah Ridley

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