You never know who will stand up with their voice when they need it most and become the light in someone’s life. Yesterday Offset, 1/3 of the Migos band experienced exciting moments on the weekend after the release of her first single in two years, and shared positive words of encouragement to Lizzo. TMZ caught Offset in Beverly Hills, and their photographer immediately asked him about Lizzo’s emotional live video on Instagram last weekend.In the live broadcast, she resolved the hate messages and comments of the trolls who physically humiliated her after the release ‘rumor’ Among them is his wife Cardi B.
The photographer asked Offset, “What do you have to say to Lizzo’s haters? Cardi defended her.” Before sharing his response, Offset paused for a second. “Make these beautiful black women great. Stop judging.” He continued: “We strive to be the artists of the world. Let us be.” When Offset walked into the car and closed the door, the photographer asked him one last thing about Facebook deletes the issue of negative comments. “Do you praise Facebook for deleting comments? Do you think this is the right approach?” Offset actually screamed for the company to delete comments and said it was correct.
according to TMZEarlier this week, their Facebook sources told them that after the tearful live broadcast, the company had deleted several comments on Lizzo’s Facebook and Instagram posts. In addition, Facebook plans to continue to review reports of hate comments on a regular basis. Lizzo seems to appreciate Offset’s kind words, because she walked into the shade room and left a red heart emoji on the post, which received more than 6000 likes. My roommate is very happy to see Offset provide this kind of support. One commented, “This song is great, and Offset’s positive feedback shows that he is very supportive.” Another commented: “Thank you!!! Let the black women be alone. We have had enough!!!”
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