Lizzo Cries Frustration Over Self: 'The F***k is Wrong With Me?!'

Although Lizzo can be a "100% bad b*tch," the singer has been through a lot of criticisms and body-shaming issues from the public.

As human as she is, Lizzo admits that sometimes the criticisms gets in her head and heart.

Known for being one of the most body-positive women in the music and entertainment industry, Lizzo became the voice of many women in the whole world. However, despite how open the singer is in embracing her famous curves, Lizzo said that she once doubted herself and questioned herself a couple of times: "what the f*ck is wrong with me?!"

Lizzo will be Vogue's cover for December. In the magazine, the singer expressed how she managed to break down all societal boundaries, her battle with anxiety and learning to love and accept who she is and her figure.

According to Lizzo, she would sometimes watch television and look at magazines and would not "see" herself. She talked more about her journey of accepting her figure to finally being at peace with her looks.

"When you don't see yourself, you start to think something's wrong with you. Then you want to look like those things and when you realise it's a physical impossibility, you start to think, "What the f**k is wrong with me?'" Lizzo said.

"I think that took a greater toll on me, psychologically, growing up than what anyone could have said to me."

In Vogue's December cover, Lizzo stuns in a striking black and white photoshoot. Lizzo looked extremely beautiful in a dramatic off-shoulder gown. She also did a shoot wearing a plunging black maxi dress with ruffled shoulders. 

It has been an incredible year for Lizzo. "Truth Hurts" became a top hit after it was made the official soundtrack for the movie "Someone Great." The 31-year old singer also reached its mainstream success in releasing her third studio album, "Cuz I Love You", which reached the fifth spot in the Billboard 200. 

Despite being a very strong entertainment personality in public, Lizzo also admitted how her top hit, "Truth Hurts," was a masquerade of her anxiety. She also shared about getting anxious before any show, whioch she uses as fuel to amplify her performances. 

Lizzo is thankful to everyone who became her strength and inspiration all throughout her journey. Her journey was all about self-care and finding love for yourself. The singer emphasized about growing and nurturing oneself, especially for artists in the industry. 

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