Lizzo's accusers' list go up as Sophia Nahli Allison, Academy nominated film-maker, made up her claims. She shared her own terrible experience with the Big Grrrl Small World singer on social media sites like Reddit and Twitter.
She said that she often doesn't pay attention to things that are "pop culture related," but after learning about the lawsuit, she felt compelled to speak up. The tweet's caption read:
"Sharing this because validating other Black women’s experiences is deeply important to me."
She also posted a lengthy statement with an image about how she had worked with Lizzo for two weeks in 2019 before quitting because she had been "treated with such disrespect" by her.
Additionally, Sophia Nahli Allison alleged that Lizzo was "arrogant, self-centered, and unkind" and that she made her feel "gaslit" and "deeply hurt" when she was around her. She concluded by expressing her "love and support" for the plaintiffs and stating that such "abuse of power" was very typical.
For those unversed, Lizzo, a rapper, singer, songwriter, and actor, has come under fire from her backup dancers for allegedly harassing them sexually and forging a hostile work environment. Lizzo is accused in the lawsuit of putting three of them to "excruciating" auditions and pressuring one of them to touch a n*ked performer after hearing fabricated accusations that the group was drinking at work.