Lizzo isn’t afraid to voice her opinions on social media.

The musician was recently criticized for posting about trying a 10-day smoothie detox, with some suggesting the health choice was potentially harmful.

Lizzo then addressed the backlash in a social media video, telling fans: “As you know, I would normally be so afraid and ashamed to post things like this online because I feel like, as a big girl, people just expect if you are doing something for health, you’re doing it for a dramatic weight loss, and that is not the case.

“In reality, November stressed me the f**k out, I drank a lot, I ate a lot of spicy things and things that f**ked my stomach up. And I wanted to reverse it and get back to where I was.”

@lizzoBig girls do whatever u want with your bodies!!! I’m just as proud of my results from my smoothie detox as I am of my belly curves and swerves ❤️♬ original sound – lizzo

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She went on, “I’m so proud of myself, I’m proud of my results, my sleep has improved, my hydration, my inner peace, my mental stability, my f**kin’ body, my f**kin’ skin, the whites of my eyes.

“Like, I feel and look like a bad b***h. And that’s it. I’m a big girl who did a smoothie detox. And I wanted to share that with you guys. I got exactly what I wanted out of it, and every big girl should do whatever the f**k they want with their body.”

On Instagram, “Orange is the New Black” star Danielle Brooks defended Lizzo’s diet, writing, “Just like Lizzo, and so many other “fat” girls we should be allowed to make healthy choices publicly without being made to feel like frauds for trying to be healthy.”

Fans were also quick to defend Lizzo, who regularly speaks about body positivity, on Twitter. See some of the reaction below.

She then posted a powerful video of herself topless, showing off her curves with the caption, “To Every Body, with love.”

Lizzo told fans in the clip, “Your body is perfectly yours, even if it ain’t perfect to anybody else… I’m so proud of you for making it this far in a society that gives us a head start into self-loathing. That hands us a dysmorphic mirror and leaves us desperate to catch up with who we think we should be.”

She added, “I spent so much time in this body, and I am no different to you. Still trying to find balance. Still trying to mend my relationship with food, my anxiety, my back fat.

“I’ve spent my hardest days trying to love me. If I have any advice, it is to eat, drink, move, rest.”

Demi Lovato responded to the moving clip: “Thank you for the inspiration we all needed today, you legend 💞.”

Lizzo’s latest comments come after she spoke to David Letterman about being body-shamed for season 3 of his Netflix series “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction”.

She also admitted she was “sick of being an activist because I’m fat and Black.”

Lizzo told Letterman, “I want to be an activist because I’m intelligent, because I care about issues, because my music is good, because I want to help the world.”