Singer Lizzo has denied allegations of sexual harassment and hostile work environment made by a trio of former tour dancers.
“Big Girl” and “Big Boyie” Dance Costumes lizzo He’s showing his support after a lawsuit was filed against the singer by three of his former tour dancers.
He said this in an open letter shared on the youth group’s Instagram account “You had the best time of your life” during the special tour, which ended in July.
“We are honored to share the landscape with such an incredible talent”The letter continued. “Commitment to individuality and culture, prioritizing each movement and moment, has been one of the greatest lessons and blessings we could have asked for. Thank you Lizzo for breaking boundaries and paving the way for dancers Big Grrl and Big Boi to do what we love!
The dance groups’ comments come weeks after a trio of Lizzo’s former dancers filed a lawsuit accusing the “About Damn Time” singer and her company of creating a hostile work environment that included allegations of sexual harassment . The claim also alleges that the pop star quizzed the dancers about their weight and pressured them to participate in sexual acts at the sex show.
Lizzo has since denied the allegations and shared an extensive statement on Instagram earlier this month in response to the claims. “These past few days have been extremely difficult and extremely frustrating”I wrote partially. “My work ethic, my values and my honor have been called into question. My character has been criticized. Normally, I choose not to respond to false allegations, but these are as far-fetched as they are suave and so reprehensible that they cannot be addressed.,
Beyoncé also recently showed her support for Lizzo during one of her tour stops in Atlanta. During his performance of “Break My Soul (The Queens Remix)”, the singer said: “¡Lizzo. I love you, Lizzo! Part of the song in which Beyoncé references iconic female figures hollywood reporter,