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Lizzo appears to clap back at Kanye West after comments about her weight and ‘demonic’ obesity promotion: ‘I’m minding my fat Black business’
Lizzo is pretty much fed up with everyone talking about her body. The About Damn Time singer appeared to fire back at Kanye West – and other critics – during her latest tour show just days after the rapper made comments about her weight. In his recent interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, Kanye, 45, said the media’s apparent promotion of obesity was ‘demonic’ and believed that it was part of a plan for ‘genocide of the Black race’. During her show in Toronto, Canada on Friday, Lizzo took a moment to address all those who have been speaking about her on public forums of late. The 34-year-old singer – who is famously unapologetic about owning body empowerment – told her audience: ‘I feel like everybody in America got my mother****ing name in their mother****ing mouth for no mother****ing reason.‘I’m minding my fat Black beautiful business.’ She then asked: ‘Can I stay here? Who can I marry for that dual citizenship.’ Speaking to Carlson last week, Kanye said: ‘When Lizzo loses 10 pounds and announces it, the bots … on Instagram, they attack her losing weight, because the media wants to put out a perception that being overweight is the new goal when it’s actually unhealthy. ‘It’s demonic.’ To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 videoKanye isn’t the only celebrity who has had things to say about Lizzo in recent weeks. Comedian Aries Spears faced the wrath of her fans when he made body-shaming comments about her weight. ‘I can’t get past the fact that she looks like the s**t emoji.
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Watch Lizzo make history by playing the Library Of Congress’ 200-year-old crystal flute
Lizzo has made history by becoming the first person in two centuries to play the Library of Congress’ 200-year-old crystal flute.The huge moment took place last night (September 27) at Lizzo’s Washington, DC show where she played the flute which was originally owned by the fourth president of the United States, James Madison.Sharing a clip of the performance on Twitter after the show, Lizzo wrote: “NOBODY HAS EVER HEARD THIS FAMOUS CRYSTAL FLUTE BEFORE […] NOW YOU HAVE.”“I’M THE FIRST AND ONLY PEROSN TO EVER PLAY THIS PRESIDENTIAL 200-YEAR-OLD CRYSTAL FLUTE – THANK YOU @librarycongress.”NOBODY HAS EVER HEARD THIS FAMOUS CRYSTAL FLUTE BEFORENOW YOU HAVEIM THE FIRST & ONLY PERSON TO EVER PLAY THIS PRESIDENTIAL 200-YEAR-OLD CRYSTAL FLUTE— THANK YOU @librarycongress ❤️ pic.twitter.com/VgXjpC49sO— FOLLOW @YITTY (@lizzo) September 28, 2022During her set, Lizzo – who is a classically trained flautist – provided her fans with insight into the instrument’s history.“This is from the early 1800s,” she said. “This was a gift to James Madison from a French crystal-flute designer, to celebrate his second term.“There was a fire […] and the only two things that were saved were a portrait of George Washington and this crystal flute right here.
Beyoncé agrees to cut offensive ‘ableist’ slur from ‘Renaissance’ track - nypost.com - Britain - USA
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Beyoncé agrees to cut offensive ‘ableist’ slur from ‘Renaissance’ track
heated over Beyoncé’s use of an “ableist” slur. Virtual hellfire is currently consuming social media, owing to controversy sparked by Queen Bey’s use of the term “sp – – z” on her new “Renaissance” track “Heated.”On her rhythmic rump-shaker, Beyoncé, 40, croons, “Sp – – zin’ on that ass, sp – – z on that ass/ Fan me quick, girl, I need my glass.”And disability advocates are calling out the vocal voluptuary for her lyrical mis-Bey-havior. “So @Beyonce used the word ‘sp – z’ in her new song Heated. Feels like a slap in the face to me, the disabled community…” penned one Twitter user in a now-viral tweet.In the UK, “sp – – z,” which is derived from the word “spastic,” is viewed as a derogatory slight against people with cerebral palsy —  a congenital disorder of movement, muscle tone or posture caused by abnormal brain development during gestation. However, in the US, the term is often casually used to suggest that a person is going to wildly let loose or has expertly completed a major feat.  Representatives for Beyoncé told The Post, “The word, not used intentionally in a harmful way, will be replaced,” adding, “The road to success is always under construction.”In June, pop songstress Lizzo, 34, was also virtually blasted by digital detractors who called for her cancellation after she sang, “Do you see this s – – t? I’m a sp – z,” on the track “Grrrls.”Following the backlash, Lizzo released a statement on Twitter, apologizing for her verbal flub, and vowing to remove the lyric from her song. “It’s been brought to my attention that there are [sic] is a harmful word in my song ‘GRRRLS,’ ” the “Truth Hurts” songstress wrote on Twitter.“Let me make one thing clear: I never want to promote derogatory language.
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Star Sightings: Martha Stewart Launches New Clothing Collaboration, Julia Fox Walks in Patou's Fashion Show
Martha Stewart teamed up with global streetwear brand Anti Social Social Club for a capsule collection that features two images of Stewart, taken from her Instagram as she poses with lobster and an oyster. Andrew Garfield attended the Ischia Global Festival in Italy while wearing the Warner Tee in peacoat white and red from FILA. Emily Ratajkowski did an outfit check on TikTok while wearing the Frankie Asymmetric Drawstring Top in white from Edikted. Lala Kent took to Instagram to show the results of her mommy makeover featuring Sientra implants.Jaden Smith attended The ABB FIA Formula E New York City E-Prix wearing a custom driving suit by Alpinestars. Drake’s design collective, OVO®, teamed up with New York artist, Keith Haring for the OVO® / Keith Haring Collection, available in-store and online at octobersveryown.com.
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