In case you forgot, Jason Mraz is a bisexual king.
The 44-year-old Grammy-winning singer-songwriter (and passionate rollerblading enthusiast) posted a playful video on his TikTok account yesterday, which is a coy nod to the fact that he could totally have a boyfriend in his life if he ever felt like it.
In the video (that was simply captioned with the rainbow and rollerblade emojis) Mraz can be seen living his best, carefree, summertime life while skating around like a breeze wearing a rainbow hat and a tank top. Though we can't hear what music he's skating to, the audio he used for the TikTok says, "I don't have a boyfriend and I don't want one. And if I wanted one, I can have four or five of them if I wanted."
Let them know, bi king!
And as expected, people in the comments section were living for it.
"The true bi icon," one fan wrote.
"Yes sir, I believe you could," said another.
"He came out as bi a while ago folks!" wrote one commenter, reminding viewers that Jason has actually been out and open about being bi for a few years now.
Back in 2018, the "I'm Yours" singer wrote a love letter to the LGBTQ+ community for Billboard Magazine's Pride Month celebrations. After thanking his queer fans for their strength and perseverance, Mraz ended his letter by writing "We still have a long way to go, but know I am bi your side, all ways," which lead many to speculate that he was, in fact, coming out as bisexual.
In a follow-up interview with Billboard in July of 2018, Jason opened up about how he has had previous romantic and sexual experiences with men, and that his wife described him as being "two-spirit," (although he did catch a lot of backlash from queer indigenous communities for using that term).
And then in an August 2018 interview with the New York Post, Mraz confirmed that his Billboard love letter was, in fact, a coming out, and that he does identify as bi.
"Well, yeah," he said when asked if he did, in fact, come out as bisexual. "And I didn't anticipate it. It kind of caught me by surprise, but I strive to continue to learn and grow and evolve and know myself."
He continued: "It was tough, 'cause not even my mom knew it, you know? And I realized that's the struggle that people in the LGBT community have. It can be a very stressful secret that we carry."
Well we're glad to see Jason having fun and being more open about his most authentic self now! Especially in such a fun way!
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