Lil Uzi Vert and many other celebrities have made their stance clear on how they feel about gender differences. As well as how they identify themselves in the world.
Rapper Lil Uzi Vert shares subtle Instagram post
Right now, it seems Lil Uzi Vert is embracing his identity as a gender-fluid individual instead of identifying as a male.
To date, Lil Uzi Vert is an active supporter of the LGBTQAI community and has frequently embraced gender-fluid clothing such as dresses.
Recently though, the rapper and his interaction with another rapper called Yeat brought this to light as reported by Billboard.
In the quick Instagram exchange, Yeat says to them, “Yo They” to which the rapper responded “Yo Yeat”. Right now, representatives for both rappers are yet to respond for comment on the matter.
Thus far, the likes of Sam Smith and Demi Lovato has also come out as non-binary in the years 2019 and 2021 respectively.
So far, the rapper has updated his social media profile sharing they/them pronouns in his current bio.
Presently, those that identify as non-binary often do not conform to gender norms which is strictly male and female. Instead, they identify as neither in the form of they/them pronouns.
Right now, the rapper has released two new singles called Space Cadet and I Know which were released two days apart. Presently, the rapper will be releasing his fourth upcoming project