Fans Think Beyoncé Has Come Out as Being Bisexual After Piecing Together Clues from World Renaissance Tour

by Xara Aziz
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Fans seem to think Beyoncé may be coming out as bisexual after some users have begun to piece together clues that the songstress is allegedly hinting at while on her Renaissance World Tour.

It was during the Houston native’s Atlanta tour stop when some noted that she was performing her hit song Cozy with the bisexual flag colors behind her.

The song Cozy was a song written to inspire women to be “comfortable in her skin.” Some say the song has been a big hit among those in the LGBTQ+ community.

And in another video, a TikTok user under the name @bzzzbxtch noticed that the married mother of two said the name “Carolyn” instead of “sweetie pie” in her song Summer Renaissance.

Come here, Carolyn, let me eat ya,” she sings.

Users on Twitter have now begun to weigh in with their thoughts.

“I thought we already knew mother was Bisexual after listening to Thique.”


“girl those are just pink and purple light effects. stop reaching”

“Or maybe she’s putting the flag up for those that are bi and is giving us the recognition.”

If the rumors are true, it would not be the first celebrity to come out. In July, Keke Palmer opened up about her sexuality.

In a recent appearance on The Best Podcast Ever with Raven and Miranda the 29-year-old mother of one said that she is at a point where she wants to “explore her life” after spending most of her childhood and adulthood repressing her sexuality.

“There was a moment in my life where I was like ya know, can I be myself? The moment where you overthink s—,” Palmer told co-hosts Raven-Symoné and her wife Miranda Maday. “That’s not even me, why am I overthinking this? I guess you just get to the point where I want my life to be my own life.”

This isn’t the first time Palmer has opened up about not wanting to fit in a box.

“There is like an unsaid thing that can make you feel — and because I liked guys too, I was kinda like, ‘Well, we don’t have to talk about it,’”the actress shared. “Because I like guys too, it was like that’s another extra thing that no one really has to know about. I don’t really have to live out,” adding that “I ultimately just feel like the acceptance of that part of myself, in general, was a part of my process of being able to have love in my life.” 

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