For Lizzo, it’s time for her to speak her mind.
Late last week, the artist used a lengthy post on social media to talk about the beauty standards imposed on female artists around the world, opening up with an inspiring message:
“People will think before they type if they have to pay to post a comment on social media.”
Standing in front of a tropical seaside setting in a multicolored two-piece bathing suit, Lizzo elaborated on the kind of thing she was forced to read online, telling her followers:
“The discourse around the dead body is officially disgusting.”
At 34, he is one of the most talented singers.
But too often the focus shifts (in a very negative way) away from her voice and onto her figure.
“I’ve seen comments like, ‘Why did you lose weight?’; ‘Oh my god, how did you get the BBL?'” [Brazilian butt lift]?I liked your body before.?
‘Oh my god, you’re so big. You need to lose weight, but for your health’; “Oh my god, why did she get all that work done?
“It’s too much work.”
Lizzo asked a very simple question for those who are into this kind of topic.
OK? Can you see delusions? Do we realize that artists are not here to meet your beauty standards? Artists are here to make art.
And this body is art.
Proudly showing off every inch of her body while moving her hands, Lizzo continued like this…
I do what I want with this body. I hope the comments cost money.
So you know how much time you’re wasting on the wrong thing. Should I leave it there?
Lizzo is a three-time Grammy Award-winning artist.
She took to Instagram in November to proudly advocate for body positivity throughout her career, wearing a bathing suit… showing off some of her sexiest poses… and writing “Sex Symbol” about herself. was a person.
Meanwhile, last weekend, Lizzo touched on a similar subject to the above, writing on Twitter:
“It may be a random time to say this, but it’s on my mind.. Canceling culture is a diversion.
“There was a lot of outrage from people who were truly marginalized, but now it’s trendy, misused and misdirected.”
Lizzo added that he hopes to “phase this out so he can focus his anger on the real issue.”