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Janelle Monáe Sexuality

Janelle Monáe Sexuality – Janelle Monáe is bisexual and pansexual. In a statement on April 2022, she revealed she is Non Binary. “I’m nonbinary,” Monáe stated in an appearance on Jada Pinkett Smith’s Facebook series “Red Table Talk” this week.

She said,

So I don’t see myself as a woman, solely. I feel all of my energy … I feel like God is so much bigger than the ‘he’ or the ‘she,’ and if I am God, I am everything.”

Janelle Monáe Girlfriend

Tessa Thompson and Janelle Monáe have been linked for a long time, and according to a new interview with the Creed actor, the two appear to share a particular affinity.

Tessa said,

“It’s tricky, because Janelle and I are just really private people and we’re both trying to navigate how you reconcile wanting to have that privacy and space, and also wanting to use your platform and influence,”

Thompson didn’t explicitly disclose her relationship with Monáe, but she did refer to the singer as “her person.”

She also said,

“That was something I was conscientious of in terms of this declaration around Janelle and myself. I want everyone else to have that freedom and support that I have from my loved ones,” Thompson said. “But so many people don’t. So, do I have a responsibility to talk about that? Do I have a responsibility to say in a public space that this is my person?”

Janelle Monáe Career

Monáe’s musical career began in 2003 with the release of The Audition, a demo CD. Monáe made her public debut in 2007 with the release of Metropolis: Suite I, a concept EP (The Chase).

Monáe released her debut full-length studio album, The ArchAndroid, in 2010, through Bad Boy Records. It was a concept album and a sequel to her first EP, and it peaked at number two on the US Top Heatseekers chart.

Monáe got her big break when she was 20 years old and performed Roberta Flack’s “Killing Me Softly With His Song” at an open mic night. Big Boi, one half of the legendary hip-hop band OutKast, was in the audience and he was blown away by Monáe’s performance. He collaborated with Monáe on two tracks from the hip-hop group Purple Ribbon All-Stars’ album Got Purp? Vol. II, “Time Will Reveal” and “Lettin’ Go,” which was released later that year. In 2006, Monáe was featured on two more songs from OutKast’s successful and praised album Idlewild, “Call the Law” and “In Your Dreams.”

Monáe was a guest vocalist on funsingle .’s “We Are Young” in 2011, which was a financial triumph, topping the charts in over ten countries and introducing Monáe to a wider audience. The Electric Lady, Monáe’s second studio album, premiered at number five on the Billboard 200 in 2013, and served as the fourth and fifth chapters of the seven-part Metropolis concept series.

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