Lizzo addresses Kanye’s weight comments in Toronto

Lizzo addresses Kanye’s weight comments in Toronto

Ye, then known as Kanye West, seemed to respond to Lizzo’s criticism of her weight at a recent performance.

The “About Damn Time” singer made the comments in the middle of “The Special Tour” on Friday at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena.

One day earlier, Fox News aired the first hour of West’s two-part interview with Tucker Carlson, in which he named-dropped Lizzo while decrying the body-positive movement and said that it promoted “demonic” values.

After West’s comments went viral, Lizzo was seen addressing the audience in a video posted by the Canadian entertainment portal Etalk.

Lizzo remarked in the video, “I feel like everyone in America has my motherfucking name in their motherfucking mouth for no motherfucking reason. I’m taking care of my lovely fat Black business.

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Following that, Lizzo requested permission to remain in Toronto and added, “Who can I marry for that dual citizenship?”

Insider’s request for response was not immediately answered by Lizzo’s representatives.

West revealed to Carlson that Lizzo and he both work out with the same trainer throughout the conversation.

The media tries to spread the idea that being overweight is the new ideal when it’s really harmful, so when Lizzo loses 10 pounds and announces it, the Instagram bots criticize her for losing weight, according to West.

“Let’s go beyond the concept that it’s fashion and Vogue, which it isn’t, or if someone finds it appealing, to each his own,” he concluded. Actually, it’s medically unhealthy. It’s diabolical for individuals to advocate for it.

West said that the “genocide of the Black race” was the reason why individuals would “encourage unhealthiness” in response to Carlson’s question.

West said, “They want to murder us in whatever way they can.

Following the introduction of “White Lives Matter” T-shirts at Paris Fashion Week, West has found himself in the center of controversy. Carlson asked West why he chose to make the shirts, and West responded by talking about them.

West indicated Tonya Harding, the subject of the 2017 movie “I, Tonya” and the first American woman to complete a triple axel at a figure skating competition.

When it came time for Tonya Harding to skate in a competitive setting, “it was like if you asked Tonya Harding how she did the triple flip, or the triple spin, she was in so much practice that it simply occurred,” West recalled. It relies on intuition, a spiritual link, and pure brilliance.

“That’s what’s occurring,” West continued. God is putting us through real-world combat training.

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