Lizzo Addresses “Big Girls” Stereotypes and Expresses Her Love For Her Body: “I’m A Body Icon.”
If there’s one thing we know about Lizzo, it’s that she’ll always serve you something raunchy. While she is a platinum-selling musician, many people have praised but also criticized her for pushing beauty standards.
Lizzo dismisses the prejudices that come with being a “large girl” in an interview with People, talks about being a “body idol,” and tells the world she’s OK just the way she is.
Lizzo mentioned body positivity when talking about her journey in the industry, which has been her message for years.
When asked about the stereotypes that bigger women endure, Lizzo admitted that she was labeled as a child due to her weight. “The witty, chubby pal.” In high school, I was a member of that stereotype. “Or the big pal who’s going to bash your ass,” the Truth Hurts singer said.
“Or it’s the large girl who’s insecure because she’s big,” she continued. She takes a breather. “I don’t believe I’m the only type of overweight girl out there.” I want us to be set free from the confines we’ve been confined to.”
Lizzo also expressed her admiration for her own figure. “I believe I have a very attractive figure!” “I’m a body icon,” she remarked, “and I’m embracing it more and more every day.”
“It may not be everyone’s ideal body type, just as Kim Kardashian may not be everyone’s ideal, but she’s a body icon and has established a modern-day beauty standard,” Lizzo continued.
“And what I’m doing is using my confidence and authority to define my own definition of beautiful.” “And one day,” Lizzo added, “it will just be the standard.”
“Okay, we all know I’m fat,” she added, “I know I’m fat.” She continued, “Okay, we all know I’m fat.” It makes no difference to me. I enjoy being overweight, and I am attractive and healthy. “Are we able to go on now?”
Lizzo also mentioned conquering the odds when talking about her body confidence. “I wasn’t meant to make it out alive.” I didn’t think I’d make it this far. I had no intention of becoming a millionaire.
She stated, “I wasn’t expected to be a sex symbol.” “It wasn’t supposed to happen, but I’m on the cover of PEOPLE.” So, what am I going to do to make this worthwhile? ‘How can I make this anything more than a fad?’
Lizzo is having a blast in her own flesh, whether you like it or not.