Pop icon Beyoncé seemed to offer support to Lizzo after the recent lawsuit for sexual harassment filed against Lizzo by three former backup dancers. During her concert on August 14th in Atlanta, Beyoncé confirmed her support for Lizzo by keeping her name in the list of inspiring women in her Break My Soul remix.

Beyonce shows support for Lizzo by shouting that she 'loves' the singer after she was sued for sexual harassment by former dancers
Beyonce shows support for Lizzo by shouting that she ‘loves’ the singer after she was sued for sexual harassment by former dancers

Beyonce Shows Love for Lizzo

Beyoncé went a step further by shouting, “I love you, Lizzo!” during the performance. Earlier in August, Beyoncé had removed Lizzo’s name from the lineup but later added it back, with her mother Tina Knowles explaining that the exclusion wasn’t intentional.

Beyoncé Also Didn’t Include the Name of Her Well-Known Sibling Solange in that Part of the Show, According to Reports

Beyonce Shows Support for Lizzo
Beyonce Shows Support for Lizzo

The person from Galveston, Texas pointed out that Beyoncé also didn’t mention her own sister’s name in that part of the show. The Boston show that didn’t mention Lizzo’s name was also unusual because Beyoncé repeated Erykah Badu’s name multiple times, possibly in response to Badu’s accusation that Beyoncé was copying her style on her current tour.

Lizzo has faced criticism recently due to a lawsuit filed by her former backup dancers accusing her of sexual harassment and fat-shaming. The plaintiffs, Arianna Davis, Crystal Williams, and Noelle Rodriguez, were upset by Lizzo’s denial and her counter-claim of their inappropriate behavior while working for her.

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