The “Truth Hurts” singer did a recent TikTok where she did a “TikTok Observation.”
Lizzo Gives Her Two Cents On Pop Culture
She talked about “Stranger Things” and why she can’t watch it. Lizzo compared it to ‘Game of Thorns,’ more aptly titled, (“Game of Thrones”).
“I feel like it happened long ago and I missed the bus and now I’m too behind to keep up,” she said. “Shout out Millie Bobby B.”
Lizzo went on to talk about the Mona Lisa and how a man dressed as an elderly woman threw a cake at the distinguished art piece.
“The Mona Lisa got caked. What we learned from this is that the Mona Lisa has a bullet proof glass over it. The Mona Lisa has more protection than schools in America,” Lizzo said following the most recent Texas elementary school massacre.
Then came the zinger of all zingers.
Lizzo went full Keke Palmer “Sorry to this man” on everyone!
Lizzo Says Liam Payne Was NOT The Front Man Of OneDirection
“I don’t know who lied to that poor boy, but we all know he was NOT the front man,” she said.
Now, she didn’t mention Liam by name, but it’s pretty obvious given how much media attention his recent appearance on Logan Paul’s “Impaulsive” podcast got.
We have to note that Lizzo is very good friends with Harry Styles, and she will defend the singer for life.
Fans were commented on her video.
“Not u calling out liam 😭,” one person replied.
“He was not the front man is giving ‘YOU ARE NOT THE FATHER,” another hilariously commented.
In the event you are too young to get the reference, it’s a nod to Maury Povich’s show, “Maury.”
“THE LIAM SHADE PERIOD,” one fan replied while another wrote, “PAYNE SLANDER LMAOOOO.”
The Blast previously reported on the singer’s comments.
As fans of Payne know, he was on “The X Factor” two years before One Direction made their debut and won the singing competition.
The “Strip That Down” singer auditioned in 2008 and made it to the top 24 contestants. He was about 13-14 years old at the time.
Sadly, Payne did not make it past this point and Simon Cowell sent him home, but not before he told the singer to come back to the show in two years.
Fast forward to 2010, he goes back on the competition show, but given he had already been on the show previously, Payne became everyone’s nemesis at boot camp.
“We [One Direction] got kicked off, all of us. Me and Niall were about to get the train in Houston and this lady was like, ‘Please come back the judges want to speak to you,’” he explained. “And they had already done this to me once, so I was like, ‘Are you going to mess with my emotions some more? I’m already crazy enough, thank you very much.’”
Upon arriving back to ‘X Factor,’ Payne explained, “They [judges] stood there and picked us out and they picked a girl band out at the same time and from what I’ve heard is that like, part of the reason One Direction was made was because of Simon’s promise to me; ‘In two years I’ll make this work for you.’ So, he kind of started with my face and worked around the others. I’ve never told this story before.”
Simon Cowell Made A Promise To Liam
Logan responded by saying, “You were the inception.”
“I was the honorary member of One Direction, yes,” Payne admitted. “And he’s [Simon] told me that story himself in his house.”
Here’s the even crazier part.
Payne asked Simon and the judges for five minutes to decide if he wanted to be in One Direction
“I went outside and called my dad. I was like, ‘Dad, this is weird. I just told you I’m out, but they want to put me in a boy band. What do you think about it? And he said, ‘You can be 100% of nothing or one-fifth of something.’ Hm, very clever Geoffrey,” he explained.