Reneé Rapp Calls Out Haters: “If I Say I’m a Lesbian I Am a Lesbian”

Star Reneé Rapp, who brilliantly “hard-launched” herself as a lesbian on Saturday Night Live show recently, isn’t shy about her truth. She’s shouting from the rooftops: she’s proudly lesbian!

From Bisexual to Lesbian: Reneé’s Journey

Once known as the bisexual “Snow Angel” singer and the charming star from Sex Lives of College Girls, Reneé has shifted gears. Her revelation came on January 20, during a fun SNL sketch, where she got tagged as the “little lesbian intern.” Talk about a cool way to come out!

Over the past couple of months, Reneé has been all over social media and interviews, confidently identifying as a lesbian. But, believe it or not, some folks still thought she was just pulling their leg.

Fed up, Reneé fired off a powerful tweet: “If I say I’m a lesbian, I am a lesbian,” she stated boldly, adding a sprinkle of sass to ward off the doubters, “I’ve had enough of you witches.”

Fans Rally Around Reneé

Her fans weren’t going to sit back silently. They jumped in, sharing their own stories and saying loud and clear: “We believe you, Reneé!” They’ve been super vocal about how tiring it is to keep justifying who you are. After all, your identity is yours to claim, not a mystery for others to solve.

Reneé’s Candid Confessions

Before she embraced her lesbian identity, Reneé shared some personal struggles. Joining the cast of Sex Lives of College Girls, she felt a bit out of place, wondering if she was “queer enough” to belong. Her fears and doubts were so overwhelming that they even led her to question her sexuality.

“I called one of my friends and I was like: ‘I’m straight, I think I’m straight. I can’t do this, I can’t do this’,” she recalled.

“They [said]: ‘What the f**k is going on with you?’ and [I replied], ‘I don’t know but I can’t’. I was in a panic constantly. I wasn’t [straight] but I was so freaked out by the idea of my sexuality not being finite, or people laughing at me, or me laughing at myself, that I hated my first year of filming.”

Luckily, Reneé looks pretty confident in her sexuality now.

Also, at the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party, she confidently stepped out with singer Towa Bird. Yup, they’re a thing! Reneé also opened up about the extra pressure from some who questioned her authenticity, sharing how these doubts made her journey even tougher.

Standing Tall and Proud

Through it all, Reneé Rapp has shown us what it means to stand tall, embrace your true self, and face the world with courage. She’s not just a voice for her fans; she’s a beacon for anyone striving to be their most authentic self. So, let’s give it up for Reneé: a fabulous, fearless force in the entertainment world!

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