Lizzo’s Lawsuit and Does It Have Any Weight

Lizzo’s Lawsuit and Does It Have Any Weight

Lizzo’s Lawsuit and Does It Have Any Weight

By now, you’ve heard all about the Lizzo lawsuit filed by three of her former dancers. And it is a doozy.

It is noted that there are many more important things going on in today’s world that need our attention, such as Trump Indictments and Malibu Ken and the corrupt Biden family but allow me to distract you for a minute with this sensationalized lawsuit.

Sexual harassment and hostile work environment are terms that have been used to describe behind-the-scenes with Lizzo by three of her dancers.

The dancers are Arianna Davis, Crystal Williams, and Noelle Rodriguez. And ya’ll, some of the stories being told around the internet that these gals claim are C-R-A-Z-Y.

On second thought, crazy might not be the correct word to use, but they are too vulgar to type out here. But I’ll link them throughout this post so you can go read for yourself.

The clean version,

The plaintiffs said in the lawsuit that after an Amsterdam concert, Lizzo and her crew attended a club in Dutch city’s notorious Red Light District where the singer invited “cast members to take turns touching the nude performers.” – Just The News


Is It More?

It appears to be more than fat shaming going on here. Maybe Lizzo was just feeling threatened that one of the dancers was gaining weight and creeping up on Lizzo-size, threatening her image. Maybe Lizzo was just jealous.

When I first read those other stories about Lizzo’s Amsterdam visit, I thought it may be too preposterous, but it appears Lizzo herself was recorded back in 2019 saying precisely what she’d like to see. Whoa there, Nelly.

Now that the lawsuit has been filed, Lizzo puts out a response where she claims she is not the villain.

The ladies on CNN earlier talked about Lizzo’s response to the lawsuit.

So it was reported that two of the dancers were fired, and the third quit in solidarity with the other two. That is quite telling.

Arianna, the dancer in the middle wearing red, was asked when she realized things were abnormal. Her response is believable to me.

She states that this was her first professional dancing job, so 1) she’s probably fairly impressionable, and 2) what does she have to go by as “normal” in that type of work environment (being on the road and in the entertainment industry).

Lizzo’s public response was recently broken down by Molly McPherson:



The whole story seems wild, doesn’t it? Maybe too outlandish to be true? Well, now other people are coming forward in support of the dancers. People who have had their own dealings with Lizzo.

Divas Gonna Diva

Chuck Arnold writing in The New York Post:

Oscar-nominated director Sophia Nahlia Allison took to social media to reveal that she walked away from a Lizzo documentary in 2019 because “I was treated with such disrespect by her. I witnessed how arrogant and unkind she is.”

Allison then doubled-down with a second Instagram story standing with the dancers, saying “[Lizzo] is a narcissistic bully and has built her brand off of lies,” she wrote.

Lizzo’s former creative director, Quinn Whitney Wilson, also backed up the dancers’ claims. “Big shoutout to the dancers who had the courage to bring this to light,” she wrote on her Instagram story.

We understand Divas are gonna Diva, but the claims in this lawsuit are way beyond any sort of theatrics by a pampered and puffed-up entertainer.

Plus, isn’t Lizzo’s larger-than-life personality supposed to be branded as how nice she is? I guess maybe that bubble has burst. Some are probably singing it’s “About Damn Time.”

Feature Image: Treefort Music Fest, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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