Lizzo Reacts to ‘South Park’ Spoofing Her ‘Body Positivity’ Message

Lizzo and South Park Screengrab (Credit: Instagram and Paramount+)

Lizzo was referenced in a new episode of South Park, but the singer is taking the ridicule in stride.

The “Good as Hell” songstress posted her reaction on social media to the animated comedy’s “The End of Obesity” special, which premiered Friday, May 24 on Paramount+.

Lizzo included a side-by-side clip from the episode and offered a review.

“My worst fear has been actualized — I’ve been referenced in a South Park episode,” Lizzo said jokingly on Instagram. “I’m so scared. I’m going to blind duet to it right now.”

She played footage from the episode for her followers to see what it’s about.

“That’s crazy. I just feel like damn, I’m literally that b–h.” she said. “I really showed the world how to love yourself and not give a f–k.”

At the end of her video, she even sang the jingle from the episode — “Oh, oh, Lizzo.”

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The trailer for the special showed overweight character Eric Cartman being denied access to weight loss drugs because he lacked insurance and didn’t have money to pay out of pocket.

Instead of writing him a prescription for Ozempic — which can cost $1,000 a month in the U.S. — Cartman’s doctor suggested a medication called “Lizzo.”

The episode featured a commercial for “Lizzo,” described as a “whole new obesity drug for those of us who can’t afford Ozempic and Mounjaro.”

“FDA approved Lizzo makes you feel good about your weight and it costs 90 percent less than Ozempic,” a voiceover said in the commercial. “Lizzo helps you eat everything you want and keep physical activity to a minimum. Some patients report constipation while listening to Lizzo … serious side effects may include pancreatitis, hypothermia and literally s–ting out your ears.”

The episode was a hit with viewers and trended throughout the weekend on X/Twitter.

Watch the trailer below:

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