Lizzo shares reaction to brutal South Park lampoon about weight: ‘I’m really that b*tch’

Morbidly obese musical diva Lizzo reacted after she was lampooned on the latest episode of “South Park” which skewered the national weight loss craze through the use of diabetes drug Ozempic.

In a clip from the show, which was shared by the singer on Instagram, one of the characters says, “I controlled all my cravings to be thinner with Lizzo,” displaying a tube with her name on it as a commercial for the satirical new weight loss wonder drug begins playing.

“Lizzo helps you eat everything you want and keep physical activity to a minimum,” the ad proclaims, with the narrator adding, “In case of studies, 70% of patients on Lizzo no longer cared how much they weighed.”

Lizzo, whose real name is Melissa Viviane Jefferson, took to Instagram to weigh in about being mocked on “South Park.”

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“My worst fear has been actualized,” she said in her video. “I’ve been referenced in a ‘South Park’ episode. I’m so scared…”

“That’s crazy!” Lizzo shouted. “I’m really that b*tch. I’m really that b*tch, I showed the world how to love yourself and not give a f**k to the point where these men in Colorado know who the f*ck I am, and put it on their cartoon that’s been around for 25 years.”

“I’m really that b*tch and I show y’all to not give a f**k and I’m going to keep on showing you how to not give a f**k. Oh, oh, oh Lizzo…,” she sang.

X users reacted to Lizzo’s reaction and it was even more brutal than the brilliant “South Park” mockery.

Also during the popular animated show special titled “The End of Obesity,” the character Eric Cartman is seen talking to his doctor about a prescription for Ozempic when a brutal reference to the singer/rapper’s embrace of “body positivity” a term that lessens the stigma of being fat, was dropped.

Cartman didn’t have money to afford the costly drug and it wasn’t covered by his insurance so the doctor instead wrote him a script for Lizzo.

“I’m going to write you a prescription for Lizzo. She’s a really good singer who talks about body positivity, and just being happy with the way you look. I want you to listen to Lizzo five times a day, and watch her videos just before bedtime. I’m afraid you’ll have to be on Lizzo for the rest of your life,” the doctor said.

“Rich people get Ozempic, poor people get body positivity,” complained the angry Cartman.

Chris Donaldson

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