ppcocaine had her fan confused regarding her sexuality and her gender identity. It wasn’t easy for this rapper to realize her true self. The tiktok star faced many struggles before she came out as her true self and revealed her gender.
Once dubbed this rapper “the filth queen of TikTok,” the LA time possibly had success searching for her intrinsic and musical identity.
ppcocaine often became the media’s spotlight for her gender and sexuality. However, she gave clarity about her gender through her tweet. Keep reading this article for those wondering about ppcocoaine gender and her sexuality.
ppcocaine first came out as gay
When this rapper was just 12 years old, she came out as gay and told her grandparents. But her family gave a positive response and didn’t react like it was a bad thing. But they kept convincing her to marry a boy.
In her tweets, ppcocaine often addresses herself as a gay and lesbian. On December 21, 2020, she tweeted, “How ima be gay but hate females seems like a dilemma to me. “ Moreover, she also replied to her fan who misunderstood one of her songs, saying, “Girl, I’m gay,” on June 9, 2021.
The Internet went crazy about ppcocaine sexuality reveal.
On September 10, 2020, A LA Times article was published on ppcocaine sexuality as a gay. The article contains the anecdote mentioned her coming out to her grandparents. Similarly, on August 28, 2020, The New York Times Article also posted an article on ppcocaine recognizing as gay.
However, ppcocaine made her fans clear about her sexuality from her tweet, “@nextyounginn and I just found out that we were lesbians… I hope y’all can understand“. But on March 19, she uploaded a video captioned, “ I guess this is me officially coming out,” on tiktok, where she made lip-syncing. This video made it clear that she was bisexual and not just gay or lesbian.
ppcocaine gender; she is proud to come out as Genderfluid on Twitter
The rapper never really talked about her true gender openly. Her fan identifies her as an upcoming female hip-hop artist. However, on September 22, 2022, she openly talked about her gender through her tweet. She revealed in her tweet, “I am genderfluid.” On April 4, 2022, ppcocaine announced that she would be using she/they/he pronouns.
Following that tweet, she wrote, “After doing some soul searching, I wanted to let you guys know that, bc I am genderfluid, I will be going by any pronouns (she/they/he).”
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