Lizzo twerks at man who ‘mocked’ her dancing, ‘kicked her out of rental’ early and ‘threatened to call the police’


LIZZO has clapped back at a man who “kicked her out” of his rental and “threatened to call the police” on her and her friends.

The singer, 32, shared a clip of herself twerking in response to the landlord, who reportedly “mocked” her dancing and claimed her group of “black homegirls” could “hurt” him.

Lizzo danced in a red bikini and mesh dress in the defiant video after she and her friends moved into a different rental.

The Good As Hell singer wrote: “This is for the man that kicked me out of my 7-day rental 3 days early yesterday.

“This is for mocking the way that I dance and for using Instagram footage of me and my 6 black homegirls to say that we could ‘hurt him’ and threaten to call the police.

“I know you’re watching my page so I just want you to know you can’t stop this black girls’ shine.”

She concluded: “Thanks for kicking us out cus this house is better anyways. Xoxo [sic].”

Lizzo didn’t name the landlord, although many of her followers urged her to expose him.

The singer – who is a passionate advocate for body positivity – and her friends had been letting loose at their previous rental during a lively July 4th trip.

The Truth Hurts hitmaker has been vocal on social media about calling out racism and ending police brutality.

She broke down in tears last month, while discussing the racism and sexism in America.

Lizzo raged that “the real story is not being told fully” amid the ongoing protests in the wake of the death of George Floyd.

She said: “What they just told me is at this point all the violence, the majority of the violence that’s happening in that city is coming from the KKK and the heavily militarised police.”

Wiping tears away, Lizzo said: “It’s never black people, it’s always white people using the term ‘race war’ … We don’t want that s**t.

“We want what we’ve always wanted from the beginning of being in this f**king country, the same right that all these other people have. It’s not this difficult.”





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