Lizzo claims her worst fears came true after ‘South Park’ mocks her weight

Lizzo recently found herself in an uncomfortable situation: She became a storyline on the animated series South Park.

The humor in the show can be brutal, and the episode that took aim at the singer was titled The End of Obesity.

Lizzo recently reacted to being featured on the show by posting a video on TikTok and informing her fans this was not something she ever wanted to experience.

“Guys, my worst fear has been actualized,” she said. “I’ve been referenced in a South Park episode. I’m so scared.” The show discusses “new drugs,” which are “pretty amazing” (a reference to Ozempic and Mounjaro).

Fans React To Lizzo’s TikTok Video

Lizzo attends an event and poses for photos

The South Park scene describes how there is “a whole new obesity drug” on the market called Lizzo, adding, “I’ve controlled all my cravings to be thinner with Lizzo.” They continued that there were studies showing “70 percent of patients on Lizzo no longer care about how much they weigh.”

That’s not all; the show also issued a warning, as you would typically find on medication, saying, “Stop listening to Lizzo” if you experience side effects, which include “pancreatitis, hypothermia [and] sh***ing out your ears.”

My Worst Fear Has Been Actualized': Lizzo Recorded Herself Watching South  Park's Fake Obesity Commercial About Her

South Park: The End of Obesity Special Mocks Hollywood's Ozempic Craze,  Hates on Lizzo's Music — Grade It!

Making a reaction video of herself to this scene took guts and the comment section of Lizzo’s post has been filled with messages of support. Many fans who feel being used as inspiration for an episode of South Park is a good thing. “The highest honor is being south park canon,” a comment reads. Another fan shared similar thoughts, writing, “I always wonder if celebrities see their South Park episodes.”

Other comments on the post include, “By far one of the funniest south park episodes,” “I think of all the things one can be put on South Park for you actually came out on the good end with this one,” and “I could only dream of being a south park character it’s kind of a flex that you made it.”

What Has Lizzo Said About Body Positivity?

Lizzo breaks silence as 'worst fear is actualised' with brutal South Park:  The End of Obesity jibe - Mirror Online

Lizzo is known for spreading a message about self-acceptance and body positivity. “The idea of body positivity, it’s moved away from the antiquated mainstream conception,” she said in an interview with The New York Times. “It’s evolved into body neutrality.”

“I’m not going to lie and say I love my body every day,” she admitted. “The bottom line is, the way you feel about your body changes every single day. There are some days I adore my body, and others when I don’t feel completely positive.”

This is not the only time Lizzo has spoken about loving her body, and her words have been an inspiration to many people. But learning to accept herself for who she is, is not something that happens overnight. “It definitely comes with time,” she previously told Us Weekly in 2019. “I wasn’t really given the opportunities or the privileges to feel like a sex symbol when I was growing up. I was a fat black girl in Houston, and I didn’t see myself in magazines.”

She continued, “I was like, ‘You know what, bi***? I want to be a sex symbol!'” she recalled. “I said that to myself when I was like 22, 23. And I really started to embrace the sexiness about me, not just the cuteness or the beauty. I started to work on it more and more, and I realized the vulnerability that I show when I’m naked is my greatest strength.”

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