• 'South Park' has taken a shot at Lizzo
  • She has reacted to it on Instagram
  • Fans liked her take on it

The episode, titled "The End of Obesity," humorously references the singer in connection to fictional weight-loss drugs, leading to Lizzo's candid live reaction on social media. This article dives into the details of the episode, Lizzo's response, and the broader implications for body positivity and celebrity culture.

Live and Unfiltered: Lizzo's Reaction

Lizzo, the powerhouse behind hits like "About Damn Time," recently became the unexpected star of a 'South Park' episode, and her reaction is everything you'd expect from the queen of self-love! In a hilarious yet thought-provoking scene, 'South Park' took a jab at the craze over weight-loss drugs like Ozempic and Mounjaro, introducing a fictional drug named after Lizzo herself!

Watching the scene unfold, Lizzo couldn't hide her astonishment. "That's crazy, I just feel like damn, I'm really that b***h," she exclaimed, covering her mouth in disbelief.

The episode portrayed "Lizzo" as a drug that promotes self-acceptance over societal pressure to be thin, a nod to the singer's real-life advocacy for body positivity.

The scene then transitions into a fake commercial advertising "Lizzo," a drug that "makes you feel good about your weight, and it costs 90% less than Ozempic."

"In case studies, 70% of patients on Lizzo no longer cared how much they weighed," the fake commercial’s narrator said.

"Lizzo helps you eat everything you want and keep physical activity to a minimum… Ask about the power of not giving a f**k, with Lizzo," the commercial added, along with a series of side effects.

Lizzo didn't miss the chance to highlight the significance of her influence, pointing out how 'South Park' creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, acknowledged her impact. "I really showed the world how to love yourself and not give a f**k," she proudly stated, recognizing her role in shifting cultural narratives around body image.

Despite her positive message, Lizzo has faced her share of controversy, notably with allegations of a hostile work environment from former dancers.

Yet, she remains steadfast in her mission, advocating for self-love amidst the noise. "I am not the villain," she declared, defending her dedication to her art and her fans.

In a statement at the time, Lizzo denied the allegations and said, in part, "I am not the villain that people in the media have portrayed me to be these last few days."

"As an artist, I have always been very passionate about what I do. I take my music and my performances seriously because at the end of the day, I only want to put out the best art that represents me and my fans," Lizzo wrote.

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Lizzo's encounter with 'South Park' isn't just a moment of entertainment; it's a testament to her enduring impact on conversations about body positivity and self-acceptance.

As she continues to navigate the complexities of fame, Lizzo's message of loving oneself remains a beacon of hope and empowerment.