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Lizzo Says ‘I Quit’ After Being Trolled For Performance At US President Biden’s Re-election Fundraiser; See Post

Lizzo’s message followed criticism she faced for performing at a high-profile fundraiser for President Joe Biden, attended by figures like Barack Obama and Bill Clinton.

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Lizzo Says ‘I Quit’ After Being Trolled For Performance At US President Biden’s Re-election Fundraiser; See Post

GRAMMY and Emmy-winning artist Lizzo has had enough of the constant criticism. In a recent Instagram post, she expressed her exhaustion with the relentless scrutiny she faces both online and offline. She bemoaned feeling “dragged” by people in her life and on the internet, stating her desire to focus on creating music and spreading joy.

However, she voiced frustration at being subjected to lies, ridicule based on her appearance, and having her character dissected by strangers. Her post ended with the words “I quit” and a peace sign, leaving some uncertainty about her intentions regarding social media or her music career.

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Lizzo’s message followed criticism she faced for performing at a high-profile fundraiser for President Joe Biden, attended by figures like Barack Obama and Bill Clinton. Additionally, attorneys representing her former dancers accused her of sexual harassment and fostering a hostile work environment. Lizzo has denied these allegations and is involved in legal proceedings, with the lawsuit currently paused as she appeals a ruling.

In response to the lawsuit, Lizzo defended herself on Instagram, stating, “I am not here to be seen as a victim, but I also know that I am not the villain that people and the media have portrayed me to be these last few days.” She emphasized her commitment to respecting women’s dignity and pointed out that the stories originated from former employees who had admitted to inappropriate behavior on tour.

Despite these challenges, Lizzo has continued to make notable public appearances, including receiving the Quincy Jones Humanitarian Award and presenting at the Grammy Awards. She also attended events like the Super Bowl in Las Vegas and Vanity Fair’s post-Oscars party in Beverly Hills.

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