“I didn’t sign up, I stopped”

Lizzo shared this image. (courtesy: lizzobeating)

New Delhi:

Emmy and Grammy-winning artist Lizzo is done with the criticism. Lizzo recently expressed her exhaustion with the constant scrutiny she faces, both online and offline. In an Instagram post shared on Friday, she lamented feeling “dragged down” by people in her life and on the internet, expressing her desire to focus on creating music and spreading joy. However, she expressed frustration at being subjected to lies, mockery based on her appearance, and having her character dissected by strangers. His message ended with the words “I quit” and a peace sign, leaving some ambiguity about his intentions regarding social media or his music career.

Lizzo wrote: “I'm getting tired of being trolled by everyone in my life and on the internet. All I want to do is make music, make people happy and help the world be a little better than I found it. But I'm starting to feel like the world doesn't want me. I'm constantly faced with lies being told about me for influence and opinions …being the butt of the joke every time because of my appearance. “I was criticized by people who don't know me and I didn't respect my name. I didn't sign up for this shit. I stopped. “

This message arrived shortly after Lizzo was criticized for attending a high-profile fundraiser for President Joe Biden, attended by figures including Barack Obama and Bill Clinton. Criticism also emerged from lawyers representing Lizzo's former dancers, who accused her of sexual harassment and creating a hostile work environment. However, Lizzo has denied the allegations and is embroiled in legal proceedings, with the trial currently on hold while she appeals a decision.

Shortly after filing the complaint, Lizzo defended herself on Instagram and wrote, “I'm not here to be seen as a victim, but I also know that I'm not the bad guy that people and media have described me as being lately. A few days. There is nothing I take more seriously than the respect we deserve as women in the world. These sensationalized stories come from former employees who have already publicly admitted that they were told their behavior on tour was inappropriate and unprofessional.

After that, Lizzo continued to make notable public appearances, including accepting the Quincy Jones Humanitarian Award and appearing at the Grammy Awards. She also traveled to Las Vegas for the Super Bowl and attended Vanity Fair's post-Oscars party in Beverly Hills.

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