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Lizzo Shows Off Her Workout With a Powerful Message for the 'Fat Shamers' - Watch! (Video)

Lizzo is unapologetic as ever.

The 32-year-old Cuz I Love You singer posted a video on her TikTok page on Tuesday (June 9) displaying her workout regimen, along with a powerful audio message about her body.

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“if you’re not a fat shamer… keep scrolling… ok now that all the fat shamers are here 🧚🏾‍♀️✨,” she captioned the post.

“So I’ve been working out consistently for the last five years. And it may come as a surprise to y’all that I’m not working out to have your ideal body type. I’m working out to have my ideal body type. And you know what type that is? None of f–king business, because I am beautiful, I am strong, I do my job, and I stay on my job,” she said.

“So next time you want to come to somebody and judge them, whether they drink kale smoothies or eat McDonald’s, or workout or not workout, how about you look at your own f–king self and worry about your own goddamn body? Because health is not just determined on what you look like on the outside. Health is also what happens on the inside. And a lot of y’all need to do a f–king cleanse for your insides. Namaste, have a great day.”

Lizzo is also known for being hilarious on TikTok – watch some of her funniest videos!

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if you’re not a fat shamer… keep scrolling… ok now that all the fat shamers are here 🧚🏾‍♀️✨

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Lizzo Kicks Off YouTube's 'Dear Class of 2020' With Flute Performance - Watch! (Video)

Lizzo is ready to start the show!

The 32-year-old Cuz I Love You performer kicked off YouTube’s Dear Class of 2020 virtual commencement ceremony on Sunday (June 7) with a performance of “Pomp & Circumstance” alongside the New York Philharmonic.

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“Congratulations to the class of 2020! Now let’s turn it up!,” she said during the performance, which included many members of the New York Philharmonic floating throughout the screen.

The performance also included photos of graduates in face masks and also participants in Black Lives Matter protests.

Click here to watch the live stream and find out who else is performing. The virtual commencement celebration promises to “bring together inspirational leaders and artists to celebrate graduates, their families, and their communities.”

Watch Lizzo‘s performance…

John Legend, Lizzo, Taraji P. Henson & More Call For Stop on Police Budget Increases

Taraji P. Henson, John Legend and Lizzo have added their names to a letter calling for the stop on increases to police budgets, following the death of George Floyd and increase in social unrest from this past weekend.

Called an “open demand letter”, it urges state and local governments to take the money that would go towards increasing police budgets and use it towards improving health care, education, and more programs for black communities, according to Variety.

“Black communities are living in persistent fear of being killed by state authorities like police, immigration agents or even white vigilantes who are emboldened by state actors,” the letter reads. “According to the Urban Institute, in 1977, state and local governments spent $60 billion on police and corrections. In 2017, they spent $194 billion. A 220 percent increase. Despite continued profiling, harassment, terror and killing of Black communities, local and federal decision-makers continue to invest in the police, which leaves Black people vulnerable and our communities no safer.”

“Where could that money go?” it continues. “It could go towards building healthy communities, to the health of our elders and children, to neighborhood infrastructure, to education, to childcare, to support a vibrant Black future. The possibilities are endless.”

Others who have signed include Natalie Portman, Jane Fonda, ACLU executive director Anthony Romero, and more.

You can read the full letter HERE.

If you missed it, Lizzo spoke out about the systemic racism and how she is promising to speak out about injustice.

Lizzo Is Speaking Out About Racism On Social Media: 'Black People Are Tired'

Lizzo is using her platform to speak out about racism and the events going on following George Floyd‘s tragic murder last week in Minneapolis.

The 32-year-old rapper took to Instagram Live and opened up about how she is just hoping for some equality to come from the situation.

“It’s always white people using the term ‘race war,’” she started out. “We don’t want that shit. We want what we’ve always wanted from the beginning of being in this f***ing country — the same rights that all these other people have. It’s not that difficult.”

Lizzo continues, “Black people are tired. We are so tired. I’m tired of putting myself in danger. It’s not danger from the protestors, it’s danger from the police who don’t value me. Danger of the white supremacist groups who are shooting at people, who are running people over with their cars.”

She addressed using her voice to call out any racism now, a position she wasn’t in a year ago.

“I wasn’t in this position a year ago, [with] this profile. This many people didn’t know who I was a year ago. I remember every time these things happened, I would look to these famous people and say, ‘Where are your voices? Why aren’t you speaking up for us?’ I have to realize that responsibility as well. It would irresponsible of me to not reflect the times, irresponsible to not tell the truth.”

Lizzo also opened up about how using the phrase “all lives matter” is foolish as the country sees an uptick of protests, adding that saying that phrase is taking away from the Black Lives Matter movement.

“If you believe that ‘all lives matter,’ then where is your outrage for black lives?” she shared. “To me, ‘all lives matter’ is fake equality and full-on anti-blackness.”

“I still love my blackness,” Lizzo added. “I still love your blackness. I still believe that everybody’s life matters. But until we start treating each life equally and respecting each life equally, we gotta say Black Lives Matter.”

See what this other notable celebrity says about the systemic racism going on right now.

Lizzo Just Saw That Beyonce Wished Her Happy Birthday & Is Freaking Out Over It

Lizzo is freaking out over Beyonce sending her a birthday message on social media.

The “Good as Hell” singer celebrated her 32nd birthday on Monday, April 27, and Beyonce was one of the many sending her birthday wishes.

“YALL. @beyonce BEY YON SAY wished me a happy birthday B****!” she reacted on Instagram. “I don’t know how to ACT 😫.”

Lizzo added, “She is my inspiration to be a singer after seeing destiny’s child perform in the 5th grade… I LOVE YOU BEY! Thank You! Let me go drink some damn water 🥴.”

Check out her Instagram post below!

Lizzo Covers 'A Change is Gonna Come' During One World Special - Watch!

Lizzo is showing off her singing skills!

The 31-year-old entertainer made an appearance on the One World: Together at Home on Saturday night (April 18).

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For her performance, Lizzo performed a cover of Sam Cooke‘s song “A Change is Gonna Come.”

Lady Gaga curated the concert and there were eight hours of amazing performances. Make sure to check out the full lineup of songs that were performed throughout the day!

Find out what Lizzo recently did to help out hospitals in Minnesota and Washington.

Diddy Responds to Backlash After Shutting Down Lizzo's Twerking on His Instagram Live

Diddy shut down Lizzo‘s twerking, after letting Draya Michele twerk her body on his Instagram Live, and received a ton of backlash for it.

“when lizzo was twerking it’s not ‘family friendly’ but when a skinny girl does it, it’s all fun & games????,” one Twitter user wrote.

The Shade Room captured both moments, and you can watch embedded in this post.

Later, Diddy took to his Instagram Story to explain, saying,

“There’s one thing that I want to make clear. My queen, my sister Lizzo, when I stopped the music it was ’cause it had a lot of curses in there, not ’cause she was twerking. She’s one of the best twerkers in the world, okay? Let’s keep that clear. It wasn’t about twerking. You’re allowed to twerk on Easter. There was a lot of cursing in the record. And I don’t need child services knocking on my door right now, you understand? So that’s why I stopped the record. But Lizzo, we love you and everybody stop looking for the negative, look at the positive!” Diddy explained.