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Lizzo shows off curves in pink thong bodysuit: ‘Never beating the fat-ass allegations’

Lizzo left little to the imagination in her latest Instagram post, showcasing her bum in a pink thong bodysuit.

“Never beating the fat-ass allegations… ,” the “Truth Hurts” singer, 35, wrote Sunday, sharing close-up shots of her backside in a piece from her Yitty shapewear line.

The rapper, known for her body positivity efforts, placed her hand on her bum in one of the snaps as locks of her wet hair trailed down her back.

Instagram users quickly took to the comments section to praise Lizzo for her confidence, writing things like “I love how you represent with confidence and your igaf attitude is everything! ,” “MOTHER GOT CAKEEE PERIODT,” and “I appreciate you so much for continuing to be fabulous despite the hate. I show my daughter your photos so she can see that you don’t have to be any certain body type to be BEAUTIFUL.”

Fellow musician SZA also gave her praises, gushing, “NOT NEVA .”

Lizzo, whose real name is Melissa Jefferson, has clapped back at trolls numerous times in the past.

As Page Six reported last week, she slammed online haters who use their social media accounts to criticize the rapper’s size.

She called out one Twitter user in particular, who tweeted a video of Lizzo performing with the caption, “How is Lizzo THIS fat when she’s constantly moving this much on stage?! I wonder what she must be eating .”

“I JUST logged on [on this] app and this is the type of s–t I see about me on a daily basis,” the “About Damn Time” songstress wrote in response, adding, “It’s really starting to make me hate the world.”

Lizzo went on to speak about another user who had incorrectly called her out for eating “lots of fast food,” to which Lizzo responded, “I LITERALLY STOPPED EATING FAST FOOD YEARS AGO.”

She added that she was “tired of explaining” herself to critics online.

In October 2022, The Yitty shapewear founder got candid about her relationship with body shamers, sharing that it was challenging for her to deal with criticism that didn’t just attack her size, but her entire being.

“People have been calling me fat my entire life, but that was the first time seeing an insult of how I looked, who I am, and my music wrapped into one, and it really hurt me,” she told Vanity Fair for her November 2022 cover story.

She refused to share what the specific insult was so that other social media users leaving disparaging comments don’t know what “really hurt” her.

Lizzo also shared with the glossy how important it is for her to document overcoming the online shame to show others that it’s possible to get through the negativity.

However, she said that it’s important for her to document herself standing up to the critics so that others going through it.

“I know I’m not the only person who experiences extreme negativity thrown at them from the internet — there are people in high school right now who have a whole high school talking about them, and they don’t know how they’re going to get through it,” she said.

“So if they can see me get through it on the level and the scale I’m experiencing it, maybe they’ll think they can get through it, too.”

Lizzo added that standing up to her haters has also given her an added boost, explaining, “Hell yeah, it made me feel better. F–k them!”

Credit: pagesix


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