#LizzoIsOverParty is taking over Twitter.
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If you’ve jumped on Twitter today, you may have seen that a #LizzoIsOverParty is trending based on the latter. The issue people are having is due to the fact that Ariana wasn’t listed on the original song on the Billboard chart. People think the song is only on that chart due to Ariana’s remixed version. The drama has seemingly settled down as we write this since people are pointing out that Lizzo has no control over the Billboard charts and the song that is charting is not the remixed version, but the original.
✔@ArianaGrandeReplying to @lizzo
ayeeeeee ! get it sis !!!!!! love u ! congrats on another smash !
“Imagine being a Arianna Grande Stan and hating Lizzo for producing a song she made without her and when they do a remix she give her the credit for that remix but Arianna Stans think she should have credit for the orginal too,” one Twitter user wrote of the drama.
Peep more reactions to the trend below.
Are people seriously gonna body shame and act racist towards Lizzo just because THE BILLBOARD DIDN’T ADD ARIANA IN THE CREDITS?? Both you Ari and Kpop stans are disgusting for even thinking that PoC artists need to use white artists for fame, get out #LizzoIsOverParty