"Cuz i keep geddin asked.. i'm queer," Kehlani said in a tweet that's since been removed, per Billboard. "Not bi, not straight. i'm attracted to women, men, REALLY attracted to queer men, non binary people, intersex people, trans people. lil poly pansexual papi hello good morning. does that answer your questions?"
In subsequent tweets, some of which have also been deleted, Kehlani said a group of people that rhymes with "braight ben" were the only ones "tweakin' and offended" by her tweets. Additionally, Kehlani clarified that she's "LEAST attracted" to these braight ben. "Bisexual men really are little gifts from god tho," she added.
Later, Kehlani apologized after apparently receiving criticism for the way she worded the original tweets:
Previously, she told MTV News that she's "very openly queer" and is actively trying to incorporate representation of that into her music. "My art mimics my life," she said.
Kehlani, who linked with Eminem for an extended version of "Nowhere Fast" back in March, was one of Cardi B’s many special guests at this year's Coachella earlier this month. 21 Savage, Chance the Rapper, YG, and more also joined the Invasion of Privacy celebration.