15 Empowering Lizzo Quotes to Recite Daily

"Truth Hurts" by Lizzo via Atlantic Records

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Allow These Empowering Lizzo Quotes to Be Your Morning Mantras

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The "Truth Hurts" singer not only creates an endless amount of bops for every sort of occasion, she continually inspires and encourages us to love ourselves, along with being an all-around better person.

Unapologetically herself, Lizzo has no problem telling it like it is, even with the truth hurts. See what we did there? She's a twerking, confidence queen that we don't deserve.

Whenever we need encouragement, we turn to her wise words to break us out of a funk. Read some of Lizzo's best quotes yourself. And be sure to save them for a time you may really need them!

Best Lizzo Quotes

  • "I work on myself daily to be a better person. When I react in a negative way to somebody, I sit back and think about why I did it, so I'm always working on myself, and my music is the same."

  • "It's so hard trying to love yourself in a world that doesn't love you back, am I right? So I want to take this opportunity right now to just feel good as hell. You deserve to feel good as hell. We all deserve to feel good as hell."

  • "I love you. You are beautiful and you can do anything."

  • "Just about anybody is a big girl in a small world, but you gotta believe it on the inside, that you can be bigger than the rest of it."

  • "So when it comes to being a role model to women, I think it's because of the way that I feel about myself, and the way that I treat myself. I am a woman, I treat myself with respect and I love myself, and I think that if I'm holding myself to a certain esteem and keeping it real with myself, then that's going to translate to people like me."

Inspiring Lizzo Quotes

  • "You know what I want, above all things? I want people who are aware of my music right now to believe in change."

  • "Everyone looks to an artist for something more than just the music, and that message of being comfortable in my own sin is number one for me."

  • "I'm glad I'm a woman. I'm glad I'm a rapper, because I get to speak to these people who did not get spoken for in this genre."

  • "I'm going to make music that reflects me and my life now. So I think people who like my music and who listen to me should appreciate change as well, because I've definitely evolved, and that's a great thing, to celebrate that is what music is all about."

  • "My movement is for everybody. My movement celebrates diversity. It's all about inclusion. It's all about getting our flowers and giving each person their own space to be an individual and speak up for that individuality."

Empowering Lizzo Quotes

  • "If you are confident in yourself and however you want yourself to be presented, and you're doing well and doing it because you want to do it and not because someone is pressuring you, then more power to you."

  • "I also know that there's a stigma around therapy in the black community, and there had been for a long time, especially for black women. We're so strong, because of all that we have been put through, and how little we're sought after and looked out for. So, black women end up like, 'I got it. I don't need help. I'm handling this. That's why I tried to be strong for so long."

  • "I don't think that loving yourself is a choice. I think that it's a decision that has to be made for survival; it was in my case. Loving myself was the result of answering two things: 'Do you want to live? Cause this is who you're gonna be for the rest of your life. Or are you gonna just have a life of emptiness, self-hatred and self-loathing?' And I chose to live, so I had to accept myself."

  • "I say this on-stage to everybody: 'I'm not gonna sell you the commercialized self-love. I'm not gonna sell you the hashtag self-care.' I'm not into that. I feel a responsibility as a pioneer in this wave of body positivity to push the narrative further."

  • "I love creating shapes with my body, and I love normalizing the dimples in my butt or the lumps in my thighs or my back fat or my stretch marks. I love normalizing my Black-ass elbows. I think it's beautiful."

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