Lizzo expresses her interest in being a “philanthropist”; Raise your voice against institutionalized racism in the United States
Pop icon Lizzo recently shared an important message for her fans when she took the stage for her performance at Global Citizen Live! As she took the stage, the 33-year-old singer got raving fans when she performed some of her hit songs – Good as Hell, Truth Hurts and Juice.
After her performance, the singer also spoke about institutional racism in the United States and around the world. She said, “Thank you so much to Global Citizen for having me, you know, a tall black girl from Detroit to Houston, Texas, doing huge things with my life. I’m so grateful whenever I can. walk on the stage and sing for all of you. Thank you very much. And now I’m a rich bitch, it’s exciting, it never happened. I’m like, “What kind of rich bitch do I want to be ? “And I decided I wanted to be a philanthropist. I want to give back. Why would God give me so much if I can’t give it back? So thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to give back.”
The singer, who has previously spoken about the racism faced by black women and artists, said: “As we talk about climate change, making the world a better place and solving the problem of homelessness, we also need to talk about the institutionalized racism that is happening in this country all And if we don’t talk about our history in a constructive way, how can we build a better future? ”she added.
“It’s time to talk about things, and it’s time to make a change. And it starts from within. You have to improve with yourself, so that you can be better with others,” Lizzo concluded.
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