Lizzo Is Ready For Kamala Harris to Be Vice President: "I Want Actual Change to Happen"
Even when targeted by internet trolls, Lizzo manages to have a positive outlook — and it trickles down into her music. As the cover star of Vogue's October issue, the 32-year-old singer spoke candidly about the role she hopes her music plays, police violence, Senator Kamala Harris's nomination for vice president, and voting as a form of protest.
This isn't the first time Lizzo has spoken out about police violence. In response to the death of George Floyd, she posted a message on Instagram urging white people to speak up and be actively antiracist, adding that it isn't the responsibility of Black people to educate people on racism or white privilege. "It is exhausting, and if they don't see it or believe it by now, they don't want to. There's Google, there are books, and they can do that for themselves," she stated in the video. Ahead, read some of her best quotes from her interview, and get a little inspiration for the 2020 election.