Is Lil Uzi Vert non-binary? when he changes pronouns to them/them


Fans were excited when Lil Uzi Vert changed her pronoun to They/Them on Instagram. Fans have yet to clarify what the rapper’s bio will represent, but he believes the rapper came out non-binary.

Instagram introduced a new tool a year ago that allows users to add their preferred pronouns to their bios.

Fans are questioning whether Lil Uzi is currently confirming that he is non-binary, as Lil Uzi was released a few days after International Non-Binary People’s Day on July 14th.

Lil Uzi Vert changes pronouns to They/Them.

The main way we distinguish ourselves from names is through the use of pronouns. According to NPR, non-binary is a term used to describe people who “do not classify themselves or their gender as male or female”.

Without further sharing, Lil Uzi changed her pronoun on Instagram over the weekend.

The remainder of the biography references the upcoming EP “Red & White = P!NK”.

Along with the behind-the-scenes photos of the program, Liu Ji also uploaded a video of applying ink to the rapper’s tongue.

It coincided with the release of Space Cadet, the rapper’s most recent song available on SoundCloud.

Fans regard the rapper as non-binary.

Fans believe that Lil Uzi came out non-binary based on the rapper’s modified Instagram bio.

One user posted, “little uzi vert is now non-binary, I love and support him.”

As one commentator said, “Lil Uzi Vert’s non-binary appearance is not exactly what I expected to see today.”

As one fan said, “It’s absurdly amazing asf that Little Uzi Butt is non-binary.”

But fans are raving about the artist. One fan said, “I recently found out that Lil’ Uzi Vert uses them/their pronouns and I like it.”

Changing pronouns on Instagram

Instagram users have the option to display up to 4 pronouns on their profile. This pronoun is visible to everyone or only your followers. Depending on where you live, you can find it in your profile.

  • Go to Instagram and select your profile.
  • Under Edit Profile, select Edit Profile at the bottom.
  • There is an option called “pronouns”.
  • Click to add a pronoun.
  • Control your audience to choose whether or not to show pronouns to your audience or followers.

Ankita Khanra

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Ankita Khanrah is a sophomore in the Masters Program in Communication and Journalism (Integrated) at the School of Mass Communication at KIIT Deemed University in Bhubaneswar.

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