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Lizzo makes mysterious announcement after Biden fundraiser performance

Lizzo makes mysterious announcement after Biden fundraiser performance

Lizzo took to social media to announce she had “resigned” one day after performing at a record-breaking fundraiser for President Joe Biden's reelection campaign.

the singer, in an Instagram post on FridayShe wrote that she was tired of enduring “dragging by every person in my life and on the Internet.”

“All I want is to make music, make people happy, and help the world be a little better than I found it,” Lizzo wrote.

She continued: “But I started to feel like the world didn’t want me in it.” I always oppose the lies that are said about me because of my influence and opinions… Being the butt of the joke every time because of my appearance… My personality being singled out by people who don't know me and don't respect my name. I didn't sign up for this shit – – I quit ✌🏾.

It's unclear what Lizzo — who is facing sexual harassment allegations in a lawsuit filed by her former dancers — is referring to in the cryptic post.

she has Previously gone Social media broke and opened up Almost quit music in the past.

Her latest announcement comes after Lizzo performed in New York as former President Barack Obama, former President Bill Clinton and several performers took the stage to help raise a record $26 million for Biden on Thursday.

Ron Zambrano, the attorney for the dancers who sued Lizzo last year, He told NewsNation He said it was “shameful” that Lizzo was chosen to headline the event “amid such scandalous allegations.”

“Without getting into politics, I can't imagine why anyone would want Lizzo to represent them in any way given her reprehensible behavior. It's just a terrible look,” Zambrano said.

The judge dropped parts of the lawsuit against the singer while it was still there Try to refuse The lawsuit was dismissed last month.