• Brenda Jons came out as a gay woman back in September 2021.
• The YouTuber is an #endrapeculture advocate, having started a foundation to help victims of sexual assault.
Comedian and content creator Brenda Jons has revealed that she no longer identifies as a gay woman.
Brenda made this known to the public through a candid conversation shared on her YouTube channel after fans noticed that rainbow flags were missing on her Bio.
Why did you remove the rainbow flags from your bio? A fan asked
Brenda replied; “That time of my life was a phase that I had to go through and I went through it and I'm no longer in that phase .
She went on to say; "As humans we grow every day, things change every day, we develop every day and discover ourselves every day. And with time, I am realizing that wasn’t really my identity. It wasn’t who I am but more of a phase …I am not saying for everyone is a phase , am just saying my story,".
Jons whose stage name is Plesident Kingston promised to give the back story that led her to that phase on a later date.
“I will give you guys the back story of what had happened for me to get myself in that situation for you to understand how I got there. I’m gonna do a story time of how I got myself in that situation, how it took me and how I got out and why I got out of it,” Brenda promised.
Brenda Jons came out as a gay woman back in September 2021. At that particular time, Jons uploaded a video explaining her orientation and within hours she found out that her then-girlfriend had cheated on her.
She would later share screenshots of her conversation with @phoinabeauty where Brendah was confronting the hairstylist on the cheating allegations.
After the dramatic weekend, Brendah updated her fans that she had chosen to take a break from social media to deal with her struggles "in a mature way".
Fast forward to September 2022, Brenda has announced that she no longer identifies as a gay woman and she will give more details about this soon.
The YouTuber is an #endrapeculture advocate, having started a foundation to help victims of sexual assault.