Fans ask Lizzo to “remove” the Grrrls track after using an aableist slur.


Three-time Grammy-winning Lizzo was disciplined for using profanity in her new song, Grrrls. When the song was recently released, fans were outraged. Since then, netizens have asked her singer to revise her lyrics.

Lizzo’s success with TikTok has made him one of the most recognizable performers in recent years. Her #1 single, About Damn Time, caught the Internet’s attention. Since then, many dance choreography for her songs have occurred online.

Lizzo’s latest song, Grrrls, was a fan favorite. But it has attracted undesirable attention. “Give me my bag, bh (girls)/ Hold my bag/ Do you see this st?” The singer sings in the first stanza of the new song. “I’m sp**z/ I’m trying to stun someone (woman)”

The use of the term “sp*z” in the lyrics has been criticized by Internet users. Many people find it difficult to understand that one of the most famous singers in the world can miss profanity in her songs. Her label, management, and publisher have all been criticized by Internet users.

What made them so aggressive in Lizzo’s lyrics?

Beastie Boys’ Girls was sampled in a song by Grrrls. The raucous Licensed To III song has been turned into a Burning Lady Power Hymn. Despite the fact that the song was designed to inspire, it sparked an important internet discussion about the ability.

Nickname for Lizzo “spzz”, making the fans angry. “sp“zz” is a derogatory term for people with neurological problems.

Cramps are the medical term for muscle spasms caused by high muscle tone. High muscle tone is a disorder that affects people with disabilities in which the body is highly rigid. This is what specialists call spasticity. People with cerebral palsy often experience this.

According to Mighty, more than 77% of people with cerebral palsy have stiff muscles. As a result, a person’s muscles contract. It can also cause muscle cramps and movement problems.

Lizzo’s Grrrls track got a lot of attention on the internet.

Netizens are now demanding that the song be removed from the internet and re-released without insulting the talented. Netizens attacked the musician with a few tweets.

According to one user, “Uh, generally a great @lizzo presumably used disability demeanor in her new song.” It is heartbreaking to see a body-positive person refusing to include disabled people. I sincerely hope she gets her education, apologizes and deletes the words. This year is 2022.

I’ve seen a few comments about “cancel Lizzo” on the internet, but that’s not what we want. We would like to educate her on her and change her phrases.

Hello @lizzo! Because of my disability, your new song makes me angry and sad. This is because cerebral palsy is officially known as spastic palsy. The word ‘sparz’ does not mean ‘crazy’ or ‘crazy’. It’s a derogatory term for people who are in good shape. In 2022, we have reached a turning point in Make change.

Lizzo remained silent despite the backlash she received. Almost 5,000 tweets are sent every hour on the same topic.

This isn’t the first time a song from Michigan has made the news. A long-standing lawsuit involving her song Truth Hurts was recently dismissed by a federal judge. The singer is accused of plagiarizing ‘Melody, Lyrics, Code’ from her demo track called Healthy. She said, “She just had a DNA test, and it turns out I’m 100% that bastard.” She was famously known to have been stolen from another artist.

The charges were categorically denied by the musicians. In March, singers and songwriters Jeremiah Raisen and Justin Rothman reached a similar agreement.

I’ve seen a few comments about “cancel Lizzo” on the internet, but that’s not what we want. We want her to educate her and change her phrases.

Ankita Khanra

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Ankita Khanrah is a sophomore in the Masters Program in Communication and Journalism (Integrated) at the KIIT Deemed University School of Mass Communication in Bhubaneswar.

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