Lizzo Pushes Again Towards Kanye West’s Fatphobic Feedback

Musician Lizzo is as soon as once more placing fat-shamers of their place. Whereas on stage throughout a efficiency in Toronto, she informed the gang, “I really feel like all people in America received my motherf*cking identify in they motherf*cking mouth for no motherf*cking motive, I am minding my fats, Black, lovely enterprise.”

Lizzo’s feedback comply with a bizarre interview between Kanye West and Fox News host Tucker Carlson. West took time within the interview to speak in regards to the pop star, claiming the media promotes her “unhealthy” weight.

“Let’s get other than the actual fact whether or not it is style and vogue, which it isn’t, or if somebody thinks it is enticing, to every his personal, it is really clinically unhealthy,” West said to Tucker.

His feedback got here after a controversial few weeks, which included West’s debut of “White Lives Matter” shirts throughout his shock Paris Trend Week present and a ban from Twitter.

For a lot of, the feedback are tiring, however not notably new. Fats-shaming is usually hiding behind a “concern” for somebody’s well being, and the purpose is not to assist somebody’s well being — it is to disgrace them into wanting to alter their physique and police their decisions.

This is not the primary time Lizzo has used the stage to handle inappropriate feedback about her physique — and her Canadian viewers liked it. After saying, “I am minding my fats, Black, lovely enterprise,” the pop star joked about wanting to remain in Canada and later requested the gang who she may marry for twin citizenship.

Picture Supply: Getty / Aaron J. Thornton

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