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Lizzo Pays Homage To Her Hometown Houston With New Hairdo

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October 28, 2022

Lizzo has paid homage to her hometown of Houston, Texas, with a new hairdo she showed off on the most recent stop of her tour.

On Wednesday, the “Truth Hurts” singer shared a look at the hairstyle on her Instagram page. In the video, Lizzo is kneeling on a swivel chair as she shows off the airbrush design that was styled into her hair.

The design shows the Houston skyline with a styrofoam cup tipped over, pouring lean all over the city. Lizzo’s name can be seen airbrushed next to the city in a graffiti design with stars and a brick wall added to the image.

Houston natives got to see the design during the H-Town stop on Lizzo’s The Special Tour inside the Toyota Center. Latto is a special guest on the tour that has already hit arenas in New York, Atlanta, Chicago and more.
Lizzo will continue her trek, hitting cities such as Dallas, Portland and Seattle before making the trek overseas for the European leg of the tour, with stops in Germany, France, Italy and more.

During the Toronto stop at the Scotiabank Arena, the “About Damn Time” singer took time to address Kanye West for the body-shaming remarks he made about her recently.
“I feel like everybody in America got my muthafuckin’ name in their muthafuckin’ mouth for no muthafuckin’ reason,” Lizzo said to the crowd.

“I’m minding my fat Black beautiful business,” and then asked the audience, “Can I stay here? Who can I marry for that dual citizenship?”

Comedian Aries Spears had something to say too about Lizzo’s body in August. He compared her to “the shit emoji” and “a plate of mashed potatoes” which had comedic actor Faizon Love come to her defense in an interview with The Art of Dialogue.

“The comments in itself are stupid,” Love said. “I mean, Lizzo is a phenomenon and she’s really talented, and he’s not so talented. He’s got one gear. He’s a, ‘Yo, son.’ But if you know the story of Aries Spears; he’s the guy we saw on Def Jam as a kid. He was 13, 14 years old. They flew him out to Hollywood, thinking he was going to be the next Eddie Murphy and ‘wamp, wamp.’ He was so angry.”

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