Pop singer Lizzo promoted abortions Sunday to mark the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, telling her 2.1 million Twitter followers that killing unborn babies is “reproductive health care.”
This was the second time in the past two months that the Grammy-award winning singer used her fame to advocate for abortions, Fox News reports. In December, she welcomed a prominent abortion activist on stage with her during the 2022 People’s Choice Awards.
“MY BODY IS NOBODYS BUSINESS,” Lizzo wrote Sunday on Twitter, posting several photos of herself in her underwear.
She promoted the clothing line Yitty, as well as abortion in a series of posts that followed. These included photos of five other abortion activists with captions about why abortions are important to them.
“On what would’ve been the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, we share our stories — reproductive care is health care,” Lizzo wrote.
In one post, a woman named Macy said she had an abortion when she was 17, and she is “happy to see” people “normalizing abortion” now.
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“It’s just your decision,” Macy said.
Lizzo also shared the story of a woman named Chloe who claimed the Dobbs v. Jackson ruling “forced” her to “be pregnant.”
“… and then my baby passed away at two days old,” she said. “I’m still fighting the fight for bodily autonomy because no matter what the situation is, everybody deserves the choice. It’s not fair to keep someone pregnant who does not want to be, whose baby has medical issues … they deserve to have the choice.”
Lizzo said she, the women whose stories she shared and the Yitty clothing company support abortion because they support bodily autonomy.
“Yitty is body autonomy. We don’t just liberate our bodies through clothing. We liberate bodies by raising our voices. As a brand committed to uplifting all people, we are devastated by the reversal of Roe v. Wade. We believe that only YOU should have a say in what you do and how you feel about your body,” she wrote.
The pop star claims to advocate for marginalized communities, but she ignores the most victimized group of all: babies in the womb. Since 1973, more than 64 million unborn babies have been aborted in the U.S.
Like many Hollywood celebrities, Lizzo has been involved in the pro-abortion movement for years.
In 2019, she joined Lady Gaga, John Legend and others in supporting the billion-dollar abortion chain Planned Parenthood. Through the campaign, the celebrities urged “their social media followers to take action against [state abortion] bans, and learn more about the threat to safe, legal abortion access in communities across the country.”
Last summer, Lizzo also donated to Planned Parenthood in response to the overturning of Roe. The abortion chain does about 40 percent of all abortions in the U.S., including more than 380,000 in 2020 alone. Its own employees have accused Planned Parenthood of discriminating against black and pregnant employees, covering up the sexual abuse of minors, prioritizing money over patients, trying to manipulate a former CEO’s grief after she suffered a miscarriage, and other unethical actions.