The storm of controversies surrounding singer Lizzo shows no signs of abating, as fresh allegations have surfaced against her. Attorneys representing three victims have now revealed that an additional six victims have emerged, all intent on pursuing legal action against her.
The latest grievances come from dancers who were part of Lizzo’s touring crew and individuals involved in her Amazon Prime Video show, “Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls.” Employment law attorney Ron Zambrano informed the New York Post that some of these complaints shed light on a “sexually charged environment,” while others revolve around unpaid wages.
The primary accusation leveled against Lizzo is that she made derogatory remarks about the weight of the dancers and fostered a toxic atmosphere. According to the New York Post, one accuser claimed that Lizzo told employees that it was ‘normal’ for dancers to be ‘fired when they get fat.’
The ongoing controversy has dealt a blow to Lizzo’s reputation, evidenced by prominent figures like Beyoncé seemingly distancing themselves from her. Notably, Beyoncé omitted Lizzo’s name during a song in her “Renaissance” tour, underscoring the diminishing support for the artist.
Lizzo, however, staunchly denies all allegations, asserting that these accusations stem from former employees who had previously been cautioned about their inappropriate behavior during the tour.
These events have cast a shadow over Lizzo’s reputation and career trajectory, raising doubts about her professed commitment to body positivity and her statements. The accusations challenge the authenticity of her advocacy for self-acceptance and inclusive values.
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