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Lizzo's Instagram Is A Reminder To Be Sexy For Your Damn Self

It ain't her fault she's got the juice.

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We found you, Miss New Booty! Lizzo is out here giving us life one way or another, whether it be through her music or the way she loves on herself no matter what anybody else has to say. She's human just like the rest of us, battling insecurities, however, she works hard to find new ways to appreciate parts of herself each day. On most days, sis just loves to look in the mirror and shake a 'lil something. And Lizzo reps it without apology on her Instagram through shameless butt pics. I can't say I blame her. I wish I had an ass like that!

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The thing about Lizzo is she going to be who she is whether you like it or not because she likes herself. What draws me to her both musically and personally is how she is herself all the time, there are no inconsistencies to be found, allowing her fans to support her for who she really is and for others to dislike her for that same reason. Earlier this year, she sat down with David Letterman during an interview in the Netflix series My Next Guest Needs No Introduction and revealed her secret sauce for being so apologetic:

"They thought they were complimenting me by saying I was unapologetic. I was like, 'What do I have to apologize for?'"

Oop. Sis, I did not know it was that simple. But every day I'm finding out in this lifetime you are who you say you are. You can change your own story at any time with a simple decision to think affirmative thoughts and follow up with action. As far as Lizzo goes, she has no issue telling us what she's thinking of herself:

"I'm fine. I know that I'm beautiful, and I know that I'm a f**king bad b**ch and I'm successful, poppin' and healthy."

1. Look Back At You For What?

2. My Beach Is Better.

3. Shake Sum' Sunday.

4. Get You Love Drunk Off My Hump.

5. Bad Bitch Alert.

7. Wanna Play?

8. Come Ride It, My Pony

9. Wish You Were Here

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