Lizzo is one of the most social media-savvy artists out there. She is a plus-size singer and for that reason, she has been a subject of constant ridicule and body-shaming. Recently, Lizzo took to Instagram on Wednesday to promote new bra and underwear sets from her shapewear line Yitty.

The Truth Hurts hitmaker, who is 34, showed off her famous curves in a short clip that saw her sensually dance while modeling a variety of playful sets, with colors ranging from light pink, to violet and green. The musician rocked straight black tresses for the clip, along with sexy long silver nails.

Lizzo wrote in the caption, “AM I READY? (2 BE YITTIED?) – NEW FALL LINE DROPPING JUST IN TIME FOR PUMPKIN SPICE SEASON!!! TOMORROW ONLY AT @YITTY.” The star wore smokey eyeshadow for the day, along with black eyeliner, and a hint of pink blush.

Lizzo also sported a white cap with the Yitty logo in the video. The name Yitty was coined as a nod to her childhood nickname. At another point in the video the beauty – born Melissa Viviane Jefferson – also showed off a light pink T-shirt from the new line. 

The video comes after the star addressed being fat-shamed by comedian Aries Spears as she made her acceptance speech at the MTV VMAs over the weened. When accepting her award in the Video For Good category for “About Damn Time,” she seemingly hit back at Spears. We’ll have to see how Spears respond’s to it. Stay tuned to Thirsty for further updates.

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