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Lil Uzi Vert’s Pronouns Changed to They/Them on Instagram

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Rapper Lil Uzi Vert’s pronouns changed to they/them on Instagram in July 2022. The singer previously went by he/him but shocked fans and followers after they changed their pronouns to they/them in their Instagram bio.

In 2021, Instagram launched a new feature that allowed people to add their preferred pronouns to their bios as a way to be inclusive of gender identity.

The change in pronouns led followers to believe that they identify as non-binary because the news came the same week that International Non-Binary People’s Day is celebrated. The International Non-Binary People’s Day took place on Thursday, July 14.

Silly Watch rapper Lil Uzi Vert's pronouns changed to They/Them on Instagram in July 2022.

At this time, the Silly Watch rapper has not released a statement about changing their pronouns. In recent years, many people have changed their gender pronouns to note their gender identity. Popular pronouns include she/her, he/him, and they/them.

They/them pronouns are commonly used by those who identify as non-binary, signifying that they do not identify as male or female.

The Drankin N Smokin rapper recently announced some upcoming music projects, including a new album titled P! NK, and an EP titled Red & White.

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Rapper Lil Uzi Vert’s Pronouns have Changed

XO Tour Llif3 singer Lil Uzi Vert’s pronouns have changed and eagle-eyed followers were quick to notice that the 26-year-old singer updated their pronouns.

Communications officer at GLAAD Mary Emily Ohara who also identifies as non-binary said that using they/them pronouns is “just a little bit of a switch” because “they” is already used when talking about someone we do not know personally.

O’Hara said: “You’re just asking someone to not act as if they don’t know you, but to remove gendered language from their vocabulary when they’re talking about you.”

XO Tour Llif3 singer Lil Uzi Vert's pronouns have changed.

“I identify as nonbinary myself and I appear feminine. People often assume that my pronouns are she/her. So they will use those. And I’ll just gently correct them and say, hey, you know what, my pronouns are they/them just FYI, for future reference or something like that,” he added.

Other popular celebrities who use they/them pronouns include Sara Ramirez, Demi Lovato, Brigette Lundy-Paine, and Sam Smith.

Along with changing their pronouns, the rapper announced a new EP, titled Red & White. The new EP is expected to release in the coming weeks, ahead of The Pink Tape, which will be the rapper’s first album since Eternal Atake dropped in 2020.

At the time of writing, an exact release date has not been announced for the EP or album.


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