Beyonce Knowles showed that she has no ill will towards Lizzo. She initially left out the name of the “Juice” singer on “Break My Soul (The Queens Remix)” during a tour stop in Foxborough, but she included Lizzo’s name once again during her show in Washington D.C. on Saturday, August 5th. The “Cuff It” singer had Lizzo’s name during this performance.
In a video that has been widely shared, the singer of the widely popular song “Cuff It” paid tribute to Lizzo while performing the track. The song serves as an ode to influential black women, such as Betty Davis and Solange Knowles. During her performance, Beyonce emphasised Lizzo’s name, singing “Kelly Rowl’ (You know you can do it),” before potentially pausing briefly to catch her breath and moving on from the inclusion of Erykah Badu’s name.
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There was a recent misinterpretation regarding the nature of the relationship between Beyoncé and Lizzo. Some fans believed that Beyoncé had purposely left Lizzo out of a statement she made about sexual harassment and an unwelcoming work environment. Fortunately, Beyoncé’s mother, Tina Knowles, took to Instagram to set the record straight. According to Knowles, Beyoncé did not mention her sibling’s name either, so there was no need for anyone to read into the situation further. This clarification likely helped quell any potential misunderstandings or adverse reactions that could have arisen due to the initial misperception.