Lizzo Addresses Rumors She Killed A Fan by Stagediving | 22 Words

Lizzo has addressed the rumor that she killed someone by jumping on them while stage diving at a concert in the best possible way.

The singer took to TikTok to address the very strange rumor that she dived off the stage during a concert and landed on one of her fans, resulting in their death.

In the video, the thirty-three-year-old said that no one has ever made up a lie that annoying before.

"So, I've seen a lot of annoying things about me on the internet but the thing that bothers me the most is this rumor that I stage dived at a concert and killed somebody," she said.

"Like, that rumor, it's a lie, first of all. I've never stage dived in my life and b***h, how, like killed somebody? Y'all really gon' put that on my m***********g name? Like, I know I'm big but b***h, I'm not that f*****g big."

She then humorously shows her followers what it would look like if she really did stage dive, jumping onto her bed.

The video has since collected 2 million likes and 28.2k comments.

One person asked "PLEASE WHO SAID THAT LMFAOOO," while another said, "YOU EVEN GAVE US A VISUAL."

She's definitely a true icon for her fans as her comment section blew up with support.

"HOW SHE DEMONSTRATED IT-PLEASE," someone else wrote, clearly loving her energy.

Another TikToker commented: "HELPPP I REMEMBER THE TWEET IT WAS LIKE SEVEN DEAD TWELVE IN CRITICAL CONDITION."

One fan even went as far as to joke: "I would be honored if you stage dived and killed me."

Lizzo really does speak her mind, and she's not afraid to either!

She even recently supported Demi Lovato as a photographer misgendered her. In a video, Lizzo is hopping out of a car for a night out when a cameraman asks: "Is that a message to Demi? Should she reach out?"

Lizzo being the icon she is held up a finger in his direction and reminded the man that Demi is non-binary by replying with "they."

But the photographer then asked: "Has her team got in touch," and Lizzo again reiterated Demi is non-binary by saying: "their team".

She's a true star and we all love her!