The 32-year-old singer fumed that she is fed up of feeling her life is at “danger” because of “police who don’t value” her and the “White supremacist groups” who are shooting at and plowing into protesters with their cars.
Lizzo also insisted that the problem lies in “racism running through the veins” of America.
She continued: “I’m tired of putting myself in danger.
“It’s not danger from the protesters, [it’s] danger from the police who don’t value me.
“Danger of the white supremacist groups who are shooting at people, who are running people over with their cars. How do we not see where the issue is?
“Why is everyone being so — in the media — political?
“This isn’t a political issue. The issue is in politics, but it’s not a political issue. It’s so much deeper than politics. It’s in the veins of this country … there is racism running through its veins.”
Elsewhere, Lizzo spoke out on the Black Lives Matter campaign and said anyone using the term “all lives matter” is part of the problem.
She explained: “If you believe that ‘all lives matter,’ then where is your outrage for Black lives?
“To me, ‘all lives matter’ … ‘all lives matter’ is fake equality and full-on anti-Blackness.
“I still love my Blackness. I still love your Blackness.
“I still believe that everybody’s life matters.
“But until we start treating each life equally and respecting each life equally, we gotta say Black Lives Matter.
“I hope that everybody can just really see this s— for what it is.
“Open your mind, open your heart, listen, believe … When you see that vandalism, when you see that senseless violence, know that that ain’t us.”
She ended the lengthy Live by warning those out on the streets partaking in mass protests to stay safe amid the coronavirus pandemic.
She concluded: “Wear a mask, wear some gloves, wear some goggles. We’re still in a pandemic.”