Lizzo addresses Kanye weighing in on her ‘fat black beautiful business’

Rapper Kanye West ruffled more than a few feathers after calling out Black Lives Matter as a “scam” then sitting down to speak with Fox News host Tucker Carlson, and one particular opinion may have riled entertainer Lizzo who railed about people with her “motherf**king name in their motherf**king mouth.”

Born Melissa Vivian Jefferson, the recording artist known as Lizzo took to the stage Friday at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena for a stop on her “The Special Tour” just one day after the first half of West’s interview on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” had aired. While he had spoken on a range of topics, the rapper brought up a personal connection to Lizzo that seemed to frustrate her.

“I feel like everybody in America got my motherf**king name in their motherf**king mouth for no motherf**king reason,” Lizzo said on stage before contending, ”I’m minding my fat black beautiful business.”

Warning: Language

However, it was because the public figure is both black and fat while getting lauded for her appearance that was of the most concern to West who explained his own personal trainer has worked with Lizzo.

”Lizzo works with my trainer, a friend of mine,” he told Carlson. “When Lizzo loses 10 pounds and announces it, the bots—that’s a term for telemarketer callers—on Instagram, they attack her for losing weight.”

(Video: Fox News)

”The media wants to put out a perception that being overweight is the new goal, when it is actually unhealthy. It’s actually clinically unhealthy, and for people to promote that, it’s demonic,” he decried in no uncertain terms.

West then touched on some points of history during the conversation that also touched on his opposition to abortion by brushing on the reported motivations behind the founding of Planned Parenthood by Margaret Sanger.

“It’s a genocide of the black race. They wanna kill us in any way they can. Planned Parenthood was made by Margaret Sanger, a known [eugenicist], with the KKK and I believe that if we saw ourselves as more—if we saw ourselves as a people and not a race,” he implored, “then we would treat our people better.”

While Lizzo appeared distressed by the rampant coverage of her exploits going on to ask while on stage in Canada, “Can I stay here? Who can I marry for that dual citizenship,” West seemed to be the one taking the brunt of the criticism as he merely addressed points of fact and how he interpreted what has been happening in the culture today.

For this, he was treated as though he were having a mental breakdown and as a racist while the Twitter mob lashed out at his counterpoints to the progressive narrative that has continued to promote more negative behaviors than just obesity as people have been encouraged to “live their truth.”



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