Lizzo's "Big Grrl" and "Big Boiii" dancers have penned an open letter in support of the singer, who is currently embroiled in a lawsuit with three of her former dancers.
The poignant statement, expressing gratitude to Lizzo for providing a platform that merges passion with purpose, was shared via the official social media account of the Big Grrl team on a Thursday afternoon.
The letter not only thanked Lizzo for the opportunity to showcase their talents on The Special Tour, but it also celebrated the valuable lessons and experiences they gained from being part of her journey.
Lizzo's commitment to authenticity, character, and cultural significance was highlighted as a profound aspect of their shared experience, enriching their growth both as artists and individuals.
The tour, launched last September, garnered widespread attention for its dynamic performances across various arenas in the U.S. The letter is a poignant tribute to the journey they embarked upon together.
It also underlined Lizzo's pivotal role in pushing boundaries and smashing limitations.
The empowerment she embodies resonates not only with them but with women and individuals everywhere who strive to break through barriers.
In recent weeks, a lawsuit has sent shockwaves through the music industry, unveiling disturbing accusations against Grammy award winner Lizzo.
The allegations are grim, painting a troubling picture of sexual harassment and a hostile work environment.
Legal action has been initiated by three dancers - Arianna Davis, Crystal Williams, and Noelle Rodriguez, all of whom were part of Lizzo's Amazon reality show Watch Out for the Big Grrrls.