Beyonce made headlines during her concert in Foxborough, Mass., on Tuesday night, as she seemingly distanced herself from fellow pop singer Lizzo. Concertgoers noticed that Beyonce left Lizzo’s name out of her song, “Break My Soul (The Queens Remix),” following the recent sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Lizzo by three dancers.
The lawsuit accuses Lizzo of subjecting the dancers to uncomfortable situations during a visit to a club in the Red Light District in Amsterdam. Allegations include being coerced to touch female body parts and consume bananas dipped in bodily fluids.
During her performance, instead of singing “Lizzo” as originally written in the lyrics, Beyonce repeated “Badu” along with other names like “Betty Davis” and “Solange Knowles.” The alteration was captured on video and uploaded to Twitter, causing a stir among fans.
Social media users praised Beyonce for potentially taking a stand against abusive behavior towards women. Some fans even saw it as a symbolic gesture, with one Twitter user referencing singer Erykah Badu’s recent accusation that Beyonce copied her tour looks by wearing an oversized top hat.
As the situation unfolds, the dynamics between Beyonce and Lizzo remain a topic of interest for fans and followers of both artists. The aftermath of this incident and its impact on their relationship will continue to be closely observed by the public and media alike.