Lizzo Changes Lyrics To “GRRRLS” Because Of Criticisms

Lizzo listened to her fans. She saw some reactions from her fans online and changed some of the lyrics in her new song.

Criticism came for GRRRLS, the last track of the singer’s new album Special. On Friday, June 10, the reactions began to come. Lizzo was criticized by disappointed fans for her use of strong language. In the opening episode, she used a harsh term for cerebral palsy, also known as spastic diplegia.

Fans and disability advocates reacted strongly on social media. She saw the reaction and listened to all concerns. She issued a written apology Monday.

“It has been brought to my attention that there is a harmful word in my new song GRRRLS. Let me make one thing clear: I never want to promote derogatory language,” she wrote. “As a fat black woman in America, I have had many hurtful words used against me so I understand the power words can have (whether intentionally, or in my case, unintentionally).”

Also, Lizzo said she’s proud to release an updated version.

“This is the result of me listening and taking action,” Lizzo confirmed. “As an influential artist I’m dedicated to being part of the change I’ve been waiting to see in the world.”

Lizzo A Strong Woman

Lizzo ‘s self-confidence has made her a target on social media. But the Grammy Award-winning artist has generally always ignored it.

“Dudes be ugly w no bitches talking bout “oK LiZzO” as an insult in girls comments,” she wrote. “I’m beautiful rich & get immaculate dick… ISSA COMPLIMENT. If u can’t make it past the cheeks, just say that.”

Lizzo’s reference to the “perfect dick” was probably a reference to her newly identified lover, Myke Wright. She was first seen with her boyfriend at the Los Angeles restaurant Craig’s. While speaking to Andy Cohen for the SiriusXM drama Radio Andy in April, she also confirmed that she is still in a romantic relationship with her boyfriend.

Lizzo no longer takes any criticism into account. She looks stronger than ever, she.

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