Diddy stopped Lizzo from twerking but not Draya? We eating good this Misogyny Monday pic.twitter.com/BZpjN8j1rk— Ronin (@Ronin45252523) April 13, 2020
I love & hate that @lizzo was so nice, gracious & apologetic to @Diddy— Grown Folk Conversations (@4GrownFolks) April 13, 2020
She's such a beautiful & free spirit & I feel that as a parent, @Diddy should have stopped the twerking- but when he cheered on other smaller women he fat shamed Lizzo & implicitly taught his kids body bias
Lizzo started twerking on Diddy’s IG live & Diddy talking bout stop its Easter Sunday but Draya twerks on that same live & there are no issues. Y’all can’t even hide yall disdain for fat women & I hate it.— Hoodrat Barbie (@ItsssJQ) April 13, 2020
Diddy letting Draya twerk but telling Lizzo issa "family show" is some grade A fat phobic bullshit... pic.twitter.com/CkDnXR2c5u— Big Girl Slay 💋 (@Biggirlslay) April 13, 2020
Diddy owe Lizzo an apology for body shaming her on live when she was trying to twerk because when Draya was twerking then he was ok with it pic.twitter.com/wd29GwvCQp— DeMarko (@freakymarko) April 13, 2020
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