In a recent jubilant TikTok video that she posted to her Instagram, the 33-year-old shared her weekend adventures of supporting Black businesses across Los Angeles, Buzzfeed reported.
While there, Lizzo supported Ackee Bamboo, a Jamaican restaurant, and bought lunch for all of the patrons and fans outside.
"Cuz baby, it's Juneteenth,” Lizzo said in the video.
For Juneteenth, Leimert Park hosted a festival after being closed for three years, according to the Los Angeles Times. Hundreds of people had gathered in Leimert Park Village that Saturday as the new federal holiday was also celebrated across the country, as Blavity previously reported.
Afterward, Lizzo visited a Black and female-owned beauty supply shop in Compton. She shared that she paid for the people's items inside the store.
"Support Black businesses, ya'll," Lizzo said in the clip while standing with the shop's owner.
Lizzo ended the video by taking pictures and hugging more fans.
“It was so fun y'all,” she said.
The good doesn't stope there. In April, Lizzo made a case for supporting body positivity by posting a nude picture on Instagram in partnership with Dove for their new #DoveSelfEsteemProject, as Blavity previously reported. The singer captioned the picture with a strong message encouraging people to change the language spoken around beauty standards.
Lizzo has always been free and outspoken about her body while leading conversations about how people discover self-love regardless of their size.
On Sunday, actress Jameela Jamil came to the singer's defense after a Twitter user made a senseless joke in response to an article headline referring to Lizzo's stomach as "abs."
In the tweet, Jamil said people should stop fixating so heavily on Lizzo's body shape.
Lizzo was fat shamed off this app. Tweets like this don’t need to exist. We can all just let her live. She’s not hurting anyone. She’s just enjoying her fucking Fabulous life and trying to make people happy. She’s not fixating on our bodies. Let’s stop fixating on hers. https://t.co/VrlhYXbuk1— Jameela Jamil 🌈 (@jameelajamil) June 20, 2021
In the meantime, Lizzo has continued to do what she does best: stay true to herself.