Tory Lanez and Lizzo Have Flirty Interaction as She Twerks for Him on ‘Quarantine Radio’
‘There’s no discrimination at ‘Quarantine Radio’. We like ’em big, we like ’em small,’ Tory says in a new episode of ‘Quarantine Radio’, successfully making the ‘Juice’ singer blushed.
- Apr 14, 2020
AceShowbiz – Tory Lanez‘s “Quarantine Radio” is back and Lizzo was among the guests on its recent episode. The “Juice” star joined the “Jerry Sprunger” rapper on the new episode, which saw him encouraging Lizzo to twerk after being shut down by Sean “P. Diddy” Combs during Easter Sunday Instagram Live.
On the Monday, April 13 episode of “Quarantine Radio”, Lizzo could be seen donning pink a dress. She was twerking her bum on her bed while laughing.
“There’s no discrimination at ‘Quarantine Radio’,” Tory said, adding, “We like ’em big, we like ’em small. Let’s go baby girl!” The comment appeared to make Lizzo blushed as she abruptly stopped her move.
“He made her feel good that was nice she is actually really pretty,” one fan praised Tory. “We love a man that doesn’t discriminate,” another fan added, while someone else chimed in, “I’m loving his energy lol… He even made her alil shy.”
“I love the positive energy from Tory. Showing love to all sizes, especially after Diddy was discriminating,” person wrote, referring to the controvery involving Diddy after she stopped Lizzo from twerking but later let Draya Michele shake her booty on Instagram Live.
During his Team Love Dance-A-Thon on Easter Sunday, April 12, Diddy appeared to be shocked when Lizzo began twerking on the camera. “Whoa, whoa, whoa, Let’s play something that’s a little bit family friendly,” he told the “Truth Hurts” hitmaker, prompting her to apologize.
The music mogul, however, denied the accusation of him fat-shaming Lizzo. “There’s one thing I want to make clear. My queen, my sister Lizzo when I stopped the music it’s because it had a lot of curses in there. Not because she was twerking,” he wrote on Monday.
“She’s one of the best twerkers in the world. Ok, lets keep that clear. It wasn’t about twerking, you’re allowed to twerk on Easter,” he continued. “It was about, it was a lot cursing in the record and I don’t need child services knocking on my door right now. You understand. That’s why we stopped the record.”
“Lizzo we love you,” the 50-year-old father of six gave a shout-out to the Grammy Award-winning artist, before hitting back at the critics, “Everybody stop looking for the negative.”
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