Lil Uzi Vert Identifies as Non Binary; Now goes by they They/Them

It has been quietly confirmed by Lil Uzi Vert that they/them/theirs pronouns are now their preferred pronoun set. Over the weekend, the rapper took to Instagram to update their pronouns, but he hasn’t made a public statement about it.

Lil Uzi Vert: Non-Binary Pronouns

According to reports, Lil Uzi Vert has come out as a non-binary. As recently as this weekend, they/they pronouns were added to the rapper’s Instagram bio. Although, the artist has not commented on the social media change, fans were quick to notice the new look. Besides, the significance of the date, International Non-Binary People’s Day was this week, on July 14.

The New Track: “Red & White”

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The rapper from Philadelphia announced this week that he will release an EP titled “Red & White.” They surprised their followers on SoundCloud on Sunday with a brand new song called “Space Cadet.” “I am a Space cadet the geek that real,” Lil Uzi wrote.

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Rapper’s Fans believe he’s non-binary

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Lil Uzi’s Instagram bio was recently updated, and many of his followers believe that he has come out as non-binary. So, one person tweeted, “omg I love and support Lil Uzi Vert now that he’s non-binary omg.” The fact that “Lil Uzi Vert being non-binary is unironically cool asf,” wrote one fan, made it even cooler. Regardless of the circumstances, the singer’s supporters are overjoyed.

So, one person responded to the rapper’s Instagram bio update with the message, “SO PROUD #LilUziVert.”
In the words of yet another admirer: “just found out that Lil Uzi Vert uses they/them pronouns and I love that for them.”

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Non-binary, Genderfluid or Agender: In a Nutshell

However, it is not necessary to be non-binary, gender fluid, or agender in order to use they/them pronouns for yourself. As a result, it’s not clear how Uzi currently identifies in terms of their gender expression because they haven’t addressed their own change in pronouns in a formal manner.

So, many artists, including Uzi, have announced their transition to using they/them pronouns in the last few years. Also, a sampling of those artists includes Halsey and Arca; Demi Lovato; G Flip; Sam Smith; Kae Tempest; Hand Habits; Kehlani; Yves Tumor; Tash Sultana; Princess Nokia; Ashnikko; Dorian Electra; and Angel Haze.

Here’s How You Can Also Change Pronouns On Your Instagram

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As a result, Instagram allows users to display their pronouns to the general public or only to their followers, with a maximum of four pronouns per user. So, depending on where you live, you may find it in your personal information page.

1. Go to Instagram and click on your name.
2. Under your bio, you’ll see an Edit Profile option.
3. There is a section titled ‘Pronouns’ on the website.
4, To add pronouns, simply tap on it.
5. By changing the audience, you can decide whether you want to display your pronoun to the general public or only your followers.

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