In case you thought Marsha Ambrosius was sending a message about her sexual orientation in her "F**k N Get Over It" music video, she wasn't. "I am not a lesbian!" Marsha wrote in a Facebook message, just one day after fans saw her about to enjoy "one last night" with a soon-to-be-ex-girlfriend.
To be clear, Marsha identifies herself as straight, though she points out, "I will never say I haven't fantasized or had sexually explicit dreams about women before!" The singer, who made her 2002 debut as one half of the soul duo Floetry, says that she's been called a lesbian since she got into the entertainment business.
But that doesn't faze Marsha, who jokes that, "You're no one till someone calls you gay lol." The singer says that she's comfortable with herself, "so comfortable," in fact that she wasn't afraid to reveal a female lover in her latest music video.
"I'm not afraid to tell the story from all perspectives! I've done so from the very beginning!" she writes in her Facebook message. Besides, Marsha's been hit on by men and women. "Can u imagine how many men AND women have come on to me???" she writes.
Male artists can brag about how many groupies they get, she writes. The flack she's gotten about the "F**k N Get Over It" is an example of a double standard, she says.
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