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Beyoncé Performs New Version Of “Break My Soul (The Queens Remix)” After Lizzo Lawsuit News



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Beyoncé (left) and Lizzo (right). Image source: Getty Images.

Lizzo has been sued by three former dancers – Arianna Davis, Crystal Williams, and Noelle Rodriguez – who claims the singer sexually harassed them and it created a hostile work environment. The lawsuit is already creating a ripple effect as a huge supporter of Lizzo has somewhat reacted to the bombshell allegations. Iconic singer and performer Beyoncé skipped her usual shoutout to Lizzo and replaced her name with musical legend Erykah Badu.

Music Legend Erykah Badu Throws Shade At Queen Bey

Apparently, this is killing two birds with one stone as Badu has thrown shade at the Houston singer. Erica Abi Wright, known as Erykah Badu, reportedly took to her Instagram story and shared a snap of Bey and her daughter Blue in matching outfits. However, the dynamic mother-daughter duo was also in the Dallas singer’s “favorite chrome mirror hat.” Badu also added, “I guess I’m everyone’s stylist.”

The New Lyrics Presented At the Massachusetts Renaissance Tour Stop

Beyoncé has not directly responded to the icon, but she may have finally done with this new rendition of “Break My Soul (Queens Remix).” The Renaissance remix track is originally known with these lyrics, “Badu, Lizzo, Kelly Rowl.” But last night during her Renaissance show Mrs. Carter replaced the original lyrics with “Badu, Badu, Badu, Badu.” Plus the Destiny’s Child singer did not mention her former bandmate Kelly Rowland, Lauryn Hill, and Roberta Flack.

Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against Lizzo

The complaint against Lizzo was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday. The “Juice” singer’s production company Big Grrrl Big Touring, Inc. (BGBT) is also named in the suit. A plaintiff describes battling with the rapper’s concerns about the dancer’s “weight gain,” according to CNN who have access to the lawsuit. Also, the captain of Lizzo’s dance team is accused of ridiculing those who had premarital sex.

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