Lizzo is fed up with the beauty standards expected of celebrities and refuses to let anyone else dictate how comfortable she feels in her own skin.
In an Instagram post on Friday (Jan. 6), the bikini-clad “Rumors” singer responded with applause to all the criticism she constantly faces about her body. While drawing attention to what she’s doing, Lizzo reminded critics that she’s here to make art.
“The narrative over corpses is officially disgusting. The narrative over corpses is disgusting!” she began. “I’ve seen comments like, ‘Why did you lose weight? ‘Oh my God, how did you get a BBL? ‘ I liked your body before.” “Oh my god, you’re so big. Yeah. You need to lose weight, but for your health!” “Oh my god, why did she get this job done? That’s too much work!”
“Are we all right? Can you see the delusions?” Lizzo continued. “Do we realize that artists are not here to meet your beauty standards? Artists are here to make art! And this body is art! , I do whatever I want with this body, I just wish comments cost money and I know how much time we’re wasting on doing things wrong. can you leave it there?
Social media fans aren’t the only ones who have something to say about Lizzo’s body. added 2 cents fox news.
“When Lizzo loses 10 pounds and announces it, bots … attack her on Instagram for weight loss because the media wants to spread awareness that being overweight is the new goal,” said Ye. said. “When it’s actually unhealthy”
In response, Lizzo spoke to him on stage during the concert shortly after. “I feel like everyone in America said my name for no silly reason,” Lizzo told the Toronto audience.
“I care about fat black beautiful business,” he asked the audience. Who can you marry for that dual citizenship? ”
Comedian Aries Spears also made less provocative comments, comparing Lizzo to a “fucking emoji.” Her fans immediately defended her singer, dragging Spears’ comments for days.