Lizzo Denies Allegations of S*xual, Religious and Racial Harassment Made by Former Members of Big Grrrls Dance Troupe
American rapper and singer Lizzo has decided to break her silence against all the allegations made against her by former troupe members in the past few days.
Bold Beauty has a dance group called The Big Grrls Dance Troupe, which joins their concerts and gives body-positive messages. All the women in this group belong to the plus-size bracket.
The ‘Pink’ singer is thinking of giving an interview with her backup dancers on the legal controversy. The 35-year-old has denied allegations of discrimination and creating a hostile work environment made by three former members of her Big Grrrls dance troupe – Crystal Williams, Noelle Rodriguez and Arianna Davis.
This is because she had alleged that she was subjected to sexual, religious and racial harassment as well as racial harassment, disability discrimination, assault and false imprisonment.
Now, an insider has claimed that several people have contacted her to interview her about the situation and she is said to be thinking about talking to CBS News anchor ‘Gayle King’.
A source told The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre column: “When the lawsuit became public, Lizzo was privately supported by people who knew her.
This has been an incredibly difficult time for him and has taken huge damage to his reputation. There are many people who are interested in sitting down and interviewing her but this is an offer from Gayle King that she might consider.
He noted that his character as well as his “ethics, work ethic and honor have been questioned.”
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