Beloved musician and force of nature Lizzo has once again taken to social media and won the entire internet with another brilliant video full of no-nonsense self-love.
She recently posted an epic read of body shamers on TikTok that has fans cheering for more and basking in her empowering glow.
The video is as inspiring and full of radical self-acceptance as it is unsparing in its kiss-offs to any and everyone who has opinions about what so-called "health and wellness" looks like.
Over a montage of herself working out and modeling swimsuits and lingerie, Lizzo gives a pointed voiceover update on what's been on her mind lately.
I adore @lizzo with all my heart.
This is dead on.
— Marthe de Ferrer (@MarthedeFerrer) June 10, 2020
As we see images of her working out hard and flaunting her beauty even harder, Lizzo tells us:
"I've been working out consistently for the past five years and it may come as a surprise to some of y'all that I'm not working out to have your ideal body type, I'm working out to have my ideal body type."
"And you know what type that is? None of your f***ing business. Because I am beautiful, I am strong, I do my job and I stay on my job."
Pretty hard to argue with that.
Lizzo continues with a fierce message for any would-be body-shamers whose eyes might be on her.
"So next time you want to come to somebody and judge them... how about you look at your own fuc*ing self, and worry about your own got-da*n body."
Let 'em know, Lizzo.
And just to make absolutely sure we've gotten the point, Lizzo closes with some advice for any judgmental sorts still lurking in the shadows.
"...health is also what happens on the inside, and a lot of y'all need to do a fuc*ing cleanse for your insides. Namaste, have a great day."
Consider yourselves on notice, body-shamers.
On Twitter, fans simply couldn't get enough of Lizzo's take-no-prisoners attitude and self-acceptance.
Love her. Last year I saw her perform a full set on stage in 107 degree heat and didn't miss a beat. I adore her too.
— K Fowler (@KandiceFowler) June 10, 2020
For anyone still committed to being willfully obtuse and doubt Lizzo's health, go for a run and try to sing at the same time, report back to me about how that went for you. She does it night after night on tour, flawlessly.
— JUSTICE 4 BREONNA JUSTICE 4 REGIS (@wordsbydenise) June 10, 2020
To bloody right Lizzo is top drawer xx
— Debra A. Fontana (@_rfontana) June 10, 2020
Fantastic- while feeling low a while ago I used to listen to “Good as Hell" every day to get me out the front door❤️🎈
— torralorra❄️ (@torralorra) June 10, 2020
LMFAO FACTS she be jumping around for hours, meanwhile her haters get out of breath from walking up the stairs.
— jay 🇭🇹🇲🇬 (@jayla3005) June 10, 2020
Good for Lizzo.
— A-thony CAB-tano (@theneedledrop) June 10, 2020
Lizzo out here using her platform to enforce "defund the police" but yall really sit on here and demean her because she don't look how you want her to look, Meanwhile your surgically modified favs been SILENT!!! TAH
— jiggaman (@jiggyjayy2) June 10, 2020
have i told u about how much i love lizzo bc if i have not i think i need to pic.twitter.com/cKKQM4Zvoy
— ☆*: .｡. ᶻᵉᵖʰʸʳ .｡.:*☆ (@AKATSUKlNOYONA) June 10, 2020
Instead of saying : “she's healthy she works out and dances on stage for hours"
Say: “it doesn't matter if Lizzo works out or not, she's not obligated to prove her health status, nor to be healthy"
— Sydsky👄 💅🏾 (@blackfatqueer) June 10, 2020
Lizzo's stamina onstage alone proves that she's healthy. People hate on her and justify their rudeness by saying that “she's unhealthy" yet glorify lifestyles that involves frequent drinking, smoking, and more. Being fat ≠ being unhealthy
— 🎡 (@revivalismxx) June 10, 2020
Lizzo: *exercises and does intense routines on stage*
People who have their first meal at 5:30 pm which consists of an iced coffee and gum: omg she's so unhealthy 😣😣😣
— emily 🌸 (@uhhmmily) June 11, 2020
Imagine being 46, biggest audience you've faced was twenty people at work karaoke (you did Mr Brightside), biggest risk you've taken was trying no-meat sausages, and you log on to Twitter and think 'I shall now take Lizzo down a peg or two'.
— Mark Watson (@watsoncomedian) June 10, 2020
So there you have it.
Lizzo wins the internet today and tomorrow and next week and forever and ever, amen.