A pop singer revealed a new identity on Jada Pinkett Smith’s Facebook series “Red Table Talk.”
Singer and actress Janelle Monáe was discussing her new sci-fi book, “The Memory Librarian: And Other Stories of Dirty Computer.”
“I’m nonbinary,” Monáe said. “So I don’t see myself as a woman, solely. I feel all of my energy … I feel like God is so much bigger than the ‘he’ or the ‘she,’ and if I am God, I am everything.”
Although the Bible says that God created humans “male” and female,” it appears the “I Like That” singer thinks she is God herself.
She told the Los Angeles Times her pronouns are “free-ass m— and they/them, her/she.”
Monáe previously came out as pansexual.
Willow Smith, Pinkett Smith’s daughter, asked her what motivated her to come out publicly.
“If you don’t work out the things that you need to work out first with the world, you’ll be working it out with the world,” Monáe said. “I know who I am. I’ve been playing a version of some parts of me, but now I’m owning all of me.”