WATCH: Lizzo breaks down on Insta-live calling out fat-phobic and racist haters

WATCH: Lizzo breaks down on Insta-live calling out fat-phobic and racist haters

The singer was shedding tears of sadness instead of happiness after the release of her latest single.

Lizzo crying on Instagram live

Lizzo won the hearts of many when she burst onto the music scene with her unapologetic lyrics, killer beats, and sick dance moves.

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More than that, listeners of all shapes, sizes, colours, and genders can relate to some part of her music and the message that she is putting out into the world which is - love yourself completely and wholeheartedly and forget the haters.

While most fans feel incredibly empowered by Lizzo's music and her message, it seems like the singer, who has been on the receiving end of continuous hate comments and online abuse, is struggling to take her own words to heart.

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The conversation about our treatment of celebrities is never-ending. In the one corner, we have the "they know what they signed up for" debaters and in the other corner are the "they are still only human beings" fighters.

No matter how you feel about the Hollywood elite, one thing we should all agree on is that there is no justification for hatred and abuse in any way, shape, or form.

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Lizzo recently released her chart-topping hit, 'Rumours' featuring rapper Cardi B, and she should be celebrating.

Instead, she decided to go live on Instagram and show how she was really feeling.

She mentions that she usually is more emotional when she has been working hard and her tolerance for negativity does decline, but that still does not give anyone the right to talk to her and treat her the way they are.

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She goes on to explain that she has no issue with people not liking her music but what is getting to her is the personal attacks aimed at her appearance, her weight, and calling her names.

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Fellow stars, entertainment sites, and more have shown their support for the singer:

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No one should be made to cry but sometimes a good vent session can make you feel better and luckily it seems like Lizzo is ready to once again show everyone what she's made of:

You can watch the full Instagram live video here:

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