Three-time Grammy winner Lizzo regularly bares her curvaceous figure on social media, while preaching body positivity.
After slamming TikTok for removing her bathing suit videos earlier this month, the 31-year-old Truth Hurts hitmaker (born Melissa Jefferson) flashed her cheeks in a racy red thong on Instagram.
'Blueface babyyy,' she captioned the intimate shot, as she stared at her reflection in the mirror on Saturday.
In addition to putting her famous curves on full display, the vocal powerhouse, sported her tresses in two top knots, as she posed seductively.
She paired her barely-there bottoms with a black racerback tank top and massive gold hoop earrings.
While under coronavirus quarantine, the Good As Hell singer has sent pulses races in a number of risqué pictures on her Instagram Story and entertained followers with her exceptional flute and twerking skills.
After having her Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo cancelled last Friday, Lizzo broadcasted on Instagram Live from her home in Los Angeles, California, in an almost thirty minute-long video.
On the app, she played the flute, talked about the current worldwide pandemic and offered a guided meditation in the spirit of healing.
At the start of the clip, Lizzo is seen playing her black flute, blending various melodies including the standard classic Somewhere Over The Rainbow.
Then, the singer catches her viewers and followers up on recent goings-on, most notably how sad she was to learn that the Rodeo event in Texas where she was set to perform had been cancelled.
While she didn't have any qualms about her latest post being taken down on Instagram, the rapper-singer-flautist slammed the video-sharing TikTok for taking some of her posts down.
'Tiktok keeps taking down my videos of me in my bathing suits,' she captioned her post on March 4.
In an interview with The Sunday Times the same week, the Hustlers actress said, 'I've come to terms with body dysmorphia and evolved.'
'The body-positive movement is doing the same thing. We're growing together, and it's growing pains, but I'm just glad that I'm attached to something so organic and alive,'
'I don't think I'm any different than any of the other great women who've come before me that had to literally be politicized just to be sexual...you know what I mean? Just to exist.'
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