Performance during intermission Super Bowl this is the pinnacle of a career for many artists. This year will not Lizzo. The singer, according to daily mail, has been removed from the list of artists who could take the stage at the Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show next February in Las Vegas. Exclude this possibility of accusations of sexual harassment and shame of the body.
35 year old pop star who bodypositive started a fight, she was accused by Crystal Williams, Noel Rodriguez and Arianna Davis. Three of her former dancers sued her and accused her of creating a hostile work environment: they accuse her of being fat-phobic, of forcing them to touch a naked artist in Amsterdam, of threatening them if they don’t do their job well.
internal source NFLleague of American football professionals, reported al daily mailthat this year the singer, who until a few weeks ago seemed to be the best in the show, does not have the opportunity, but also the opportunity to sing the national anthem in the Super Bowl.
Another source told the newspaper that Lizzo’s clan is working to save her career and reputation as there are six other people who have filed new charges against the singer. “It’s getting harder and harder as more and more people accuse her of highly inappropriate actions. If he speaks, his utterances are cut off. If she is silent, she is called a coward. However, at the moment it does not look like he will be able to recover.”
Ron Zambrano, the lawyer handling the case for the first three dancers, said he would also look into these new allegations from dancers who were on tour with Lizzo or attended her shows. Charges also in non-payment.
Since filing the lawsuit, Lizzo has lost over 120,000 Instagram followers. despite an attempt by text to drop all charges. “My work ethic, morality and respect were called into question. My character has been criticized. I usually prefer not to respond to false accusations, but they are as unbelievable as they sound and too outrageous to ignore. These sensational stories come from former employees who have already publicly admitted that their behavior during the tour was inappropriate and unprofessional. As an artist, I have always been very passionate about my work. I take my music and my performances seriously because ultimately I just want the best art that represents me and my fans. With passion comes hard work and high standards. Sometimes I have to make difficult decisions, but I never try to make someone feel uncomfortable or make someone feel like an important part of the team.. I’m not here to be seen as a victim, but I also know that I’m not the villain that people and the media have been portraying over the past few days. I am very open about my sexuality and self-expression, but I cannot accept or allow people to use this openness to make me look like someone I am not. Nothing I take more seriously than the respect we deserve as women in this world. I know what it’s like to be body shamed every day and I would never criticize or fire an employee because of their weight. It hurts me, but I will not let the good work I have done in this world be overshadowed by this. I want to thank everyone who helped me get through this difficult time.”