LIZZO is in hot water with fans right now after she called Chris Brown her “favorite person,” despite his arrest for physically assaulting Rihanna.
In 2009, Chris pleaded guilty to felony assault of his then-girlfriend, which is one reason fans are expressing their “sadness” over Lizzo’s continued love for him.
A video, which was shared to social media, captured the Truth Hurts singer meeting Chris backstage at a concert and revealing to him how big of a fan she is.
Lizzo, 33, saw her fellow R&B singer, 32, in the hallway and quickly asked if he would pose with her for a photo.
"Because you're my favorite person in the whole f**king world,” she explained to him, and everyone else around, why she wanted the picture with him so badly.
The pair ended up smiling and cozying up for a few snaps together, much to the dismay of fans after the video of the interaction went up online.
One upset Twitter user wrote: “I am so saddened by this whole situation. Like… why”
A second admitted: “It’s not that I expect a lot from celebrities (bc I don’t) but like damn this stings a little.”
Another said: “lizzo look at me, LIZZO LOOK AT ME, you're better than this, please this isn't like you lizzo”
Others begged for the video to be “fake” because it was just “too disappointing” for them to see Lizzo express so much love for Chris after his assault charge.
Lizzo’s association with Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty brands was also brought up, as she performed at last year’s fashion show, and fans are suggesting the Good as Hell singer be cut off from links to the company.
Chris assaulted former girlfriend Rihanna in 2009 after the two got into a fight in his car.
After pleading guilty in the assault case, he was sentenced to five years probation and over 2,000 hours of community service.
The singer was accused again of hitting a woman in Los Angeles in June 2021 and is facing battery allegations.
A woman claimed the 32-year-old slapped her and made part of her weave come out, TMZ reported.
Cops took out a battery report and named him as the suspect.
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