Making use of her Twitter account on Thursday, July 21, the "P***y Talk" hitmaker tweeted, "My man said all I do is get my nails & lashes done, damn he's catching on ….who's hiring?" Just a few minutes later, she corrected herself in a follow-up tweet, "*THEY!"
Seemingly defending herself, JT added in a separate post, "They not human," along with a smiling face with hand-over-mouth emoji. Not stopping there, the 29-year-old raptress also reacted to a social media user who said, "I'm not calling my man 'they.' " In response, the hip-hop star blasted, "then you don't have a man to call."
Earlier that day, JT subtly confirmed that Uzi's highly-anticipated EP, "Red & White", will be dropping on Friday midnight, July 22. She wrote on the blue bird app, "Red & white drops at midnight," before doubting herself, "I think lol."
Also on Thursday, Uzi proudly wore a black T-shirt with words "THEY/THEM" printed on it. In an Instagram Story, the "Money Longer" rapper could be seen lying on the ground while looking at the night sky.
Uzi's social media post came after they quietly changed their pronouns to "they/them" on Instagram. Their big move caused quite a controversy, with many of the 26-year-old rapper's fans getting upset. The bio update arrived just hours after Uzi released a new single called "Space Cadet" on SoundCloud.
As for their romance with JT, Uzi and JT rekindled their relationship last month as Uzi declared love for her while performing at the Summer Smash Festival. The love declaration came a few months after Uzi claimed that their girlfriend dumped them over their old tweet about another woman.
"I'm like... fully in a relationship," they said on stage. As the crowd began to clap, the emcee went on to joke that they always spoil their girlfriend with money. "It still seems that every day I'm in the house, I've got to give out a rack after a rack after a rack," the Roc Nation artist, born Symere Bysil Woods, stated. When the music was played in the background, they exclaimed, "And, I love you JT."