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Lil Uzi Vert has finally opened up about using they/them pronouns and identifying as gender nonconforming. A cover story interview with The Pink Tape rapper was published in fashion magazine 032c on Tuesday (May 30). During the Q&A, Uzi explains why he chose gender nonconformity last July when he updated their pronouns on Instagram. Lil Uzi Vert replied that he never hesitated to make the move when asked if they were hesitant. Lil Uzi Vert dismissed the idea that the move was brave. According to Lil Uzi Vert, Americans are slowly adjusting to the way they see things. Uzi added that America is slowly making progress.
Lil Uzi Vert reveals that their pronouns are now they/them. pic.twitter.com/LWSsFm5DcM
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Changing at the same pace is not right for everyone, everywhere. I find some places beautiful and perfect in their own way because they have been unaffected by certain influences. It is said that everything has its blessings and its curses. Lil Uzi Vert changed their Instagram pronouns to they/them on July 17, 2022. It was done without explanation, leaving fans wondering why the change was made. While in Thailand for the Rolling Loud Thailand festival in April, Uzi revealed his Leslie alter-ego. As a result of introducing Leslie to the world on Instagram, they received some backlash.
The Rapper Lil Uzi Vert Explains Why He Changed His Pronouns And Identifies As Gender Nonconforming In His Latest Interview
Lil Uzi Vert has finally spoken up about changing his pronouns to they/them and identifying as gender nonconforming. The Pink Tape rapper was featured on the cover story of fashion magazine 032c on Tuesday (May 30). As part of the Q&A, Uzi explains why the rapper chose gender nonconformity last July when they updated their pronouns on Instagram. In response to a question about whether they hesitated to move, Lil Uzi Vert said, “I never did.”. Before I was able to proceed, I took the time to learn as much as I could about this. A big part of living is discovering who you are. Whether you’re here with it, there with it, or both, you’re no longer alone. In this community, you have access to a kind of support you may not have had previously because you weren’t raised in that way. The notion of being ‘non’ is not okay in my household. In response, the rapper mocked the notion that the move was brave. According to the “Just Wanna Rock” rapper, bravery only has a ten per cent chance of surviving. Honestly, I’m not brave at all.
I believe that a good product is a good product. Take a look at fashion. Among the most talented gay and trans designers are gangster-ass guys who wear their stuff without a second thought. It’s what you make that matters, not how you identify. According to Lil Uzi Vert, the United States is gradually getting used to seeing things the way they do. Uzi said America is slowly catching up. It’s not right for everyone, everywhere, to change at the same pace. Many places have remained untouched by certain influences, which I think is beautiful and perfect in its own right. There is a blessing and a curse to everything. It was back in July 2022 when Lil Uzi Vert changed their pronouns on Instagram to they/them. Fans were left wondering why the change was made since the move came without explanation. As part of the 2023 Rolling Loud Thailand festival, Uzi revealed his Leslie alter-ego back in April. Later, they addressed the backlash they received after introducing Leslie to the world.