Lil Uzi Vert Changes Pronouns To ‘They/Them’ On Instagram, Stans Out For Girlfriend JT During Performance

Lil Uzi Vert quietly changed his pronouns to they/them, which usually represents people who do not identify as man or woman. More about the change, plus how he recently fanned out for his girlfriend JT during a performance inside…

 

Lil Uzi Vert has updated "their" pronouns to they/them.

Quietly, the “Neon Guts” rapper made an update to his Instagram bio to reflect the change in pronouns. As of now, Uzi prefers to use “they/them” pronouns. According to Entertainment Tonight, Uzi actually made the change around International Non-Binary People’s Day on July 14th.

Uzi has not released an official statement in regards to the change.

They/Them are gender neutral pronouns – often used by non-binary – that usually describe people who do not identify as a man or woman. Uzi joins a growing list of celebs who identify as non-binary, including Janelle Monae, Amanda Stenberg, Demi Lovato and more.

Some fans aren’t surprised by the change since Uzi is known for his gender-crossing sense of style. Not only that, the 26-year-old rapper has shown support for the LGBTQ+ community in the past.

As for their love life, "they" are madly in love with City Girls rapper JT. The couple has been dating since later 2019, but didn’t make their romance public until 2021. Since then, the couple is always showing each other affection with cutesy social media post and luxury gifts.

 

If Uzi is they/them and dating JT are they in a queer relationship?

— bestie (@misto404_) July 17, 2022

 

The City Girls jetted to London last week to perform at Wireless Festival and Uzi was right there to cheer JT on. In clips circulating on social media, Uzi is seen proudly recording JT on his phone as she performed “P*ssy Talk” alongside Yung Miami.

Watch the cute clip below:

 

 

 
 

 

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Like the caption on the video said, if our man isn’t supporting us like this, we do NOT want it. After cheering her own during her Wireless Fest performance, Uzi brought her out in Memphis for a hot second to spit her bars on the “Said Sum Remix”:

 

https://t.co/TdZVgR9kaq

— GO BUY MY FUCKING SONG CALLED GOOD LOVE (@ThegirlJT) July 16, 2022

 

We can’t lie. They’re totally cute and we’re here for it.

 

Photos: Instagram

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