"If you saw me writing with my left hand, would that negate the fact that I'm right-handed?" he questioned. "If you saw me eating a salad, does that mean that all of a sudden, I'm vegan?"
He pointed out that he had more than two intimate encounters with women in his early days.
"I spent my whole high school having sex with girls and eating p---y," he said. "I ain't seen one person saying, 'Milan Christopher is straight.' So, we can't be as judgmental."
Tank's comments came during a recent interview with Angela Yee on her Lip Service podcast, when the host posed the hypothetical question on whether or not it meant a man was gay if he "sucked a d--k twice"; the singer then explained why it did not.
"He sucked a d--k once, right? Then, he's like I'm not sure if I liked it or not. Let me try it again, and then he says, 'You know what? It's not for me. Don't like the taste'," Tank theorized.
"See what I'm saying? It doesn't mean he's gay," he insisted. "It means he sucked d--k twice. The art of being gay is being gay. It's a continuous state of being."
Social media was quick to react, with many claiming the singer -- who identifies as heterosexual -- was hiding his true sexuality.
But according to Milan, everybody needs to experiment to find what they are attracted to.
"It takes experimentation. We're human," he said. "If you want to get technical, I don't think a sexual act with a person is what makes you gay or straight. I think having love for that person is what makes you gay or straight."
He also pointed to what he perceived to be a double standard regarding women and experimentation.
"They can tongue kiss, have sex with girls, and the next thing you know they're married and they're popping out babies. And it's okay!" he said. "You know, it was an experiment, it was a phase. "
"If a guy does it one time, it's a wrap. They're gay."