Lizzo Gets Emotional About How Terrible 'Fame' Is In New TikTok Post

Lizzo Gets Emotional About How Terrible 'Fame' Is In New TikTok Post
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In a new TikTok video, Lizzo shared her experiences with fame and how difficult it has been. It's been a little over a year since Lizzo became a huge star in the music business, Hot New Hip Hop reported today, but it's clear it hasn't always been a good time for her.

Lizzo has toured all over the country, performed on stage, put out hit singles, won Grammys, and has appeared at a whole host of award ceremonies including the NAACP Image Awards, the iHeart Music Awards, and the Grammys, just to name a few.

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According to Lizzo, however, who took to TikTok to share what she has been going through, fame hasn't been that fulfilling for a number of reasons. Lizzo said in her post that "fame only puts a magnifying glass on the s**t that you already have."

She added that if what's under the radar is "f*cked up," then it only gets magnified to the extreme. The singer-songwriter said the situation was hard to cope with because there are many moments where she is hurt by the negative attention, in conjunction with a sense of shame for not being able to look past it and feel more gratitude for her success and opportunities.

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Lizzo urged her fans and followers to work out their problems right now because once you get "money, fame, or success" a lot of those problems will only be magnified to the extreme. Lizzo said that "it's always gonna haunt you like a f*cking ghost," if you don't handle your problems first and directly at the source.

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Fans of Lizzo have come to appreciate her hot-takes on various social issues and causes. For instance, earlier this year, Lizzo touched on the "body positivity" movement and how she thought the movement had turned into something else.

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The pop-star explained how she thought the movement had left behind the "18-plus" crowd of women and opted more for much smaller, thinner women. Lizzo also said she noticed how a lot of "thinner white women" had got involved.

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