Celebrity music star Lizzo has always been committed to positivity. She sets an example for others to be accepted for who you are despite that she’s been a Target about her sexuality, her weight, and grace. Lizzo has been living in Los Angeles since 2016. She recently appeared in this month’s issue of Vogue. She told vogue that “I always thought I needed at least two and a half white boys to make a song. One to engineer and one to produce. But now I can sit in my room and be my own engineer and producer.”
Days after the George Floyd killing, she wrote- on her Instagram- “Protest is not the end of progress, it is the beginning.” She received almost 300,000 likes and 3,000 comments. Source: Vogue Magazine
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Lizzo speaks about positive body awareness and that no one seems to bring up the fact about women that wear sizes 18 and up, have big stomachs, fat on their backs, in between their thighs, and stretch marks.
She’s all in for the body positive image no matter what shape or size you are. Many have criticized her about her weight and the fact that she accepts it. People that criticized her said that she should be working on losing weight, being healthy and not portraying images that it’s okay to be severely overweight.
One trainer is Jillian Michaels who defends her criticism of the celebrity’s singers’ weight. Jillian Michaels made a statement stating that obesity comes with serious consequences. She later followed up a statement on Twitter-““As I’ve stated repeatedly, we are all beautiful, worthy and equally deserving,” she wrote. “I also feel strongly that we love ourselves enough to acknowledge there are serious health consequences that come with obesity – heart disease, diabetes, cancer to name only a few.”