Lizzo calls out TikTok over apparent removal of her swimsuit videos

Lizzo has accused TikTok of taking down videos she posts of herself in bathing suits (Photo by Tommaso Boddi/FilmMagic)

Lizzo has accused TikTok of removing certain images of her from the video-sharing app — and the Grammy-award winning artist has more than a few things to say about it.

The singer, who posts regularly to the social media platform, sent a message to TikTok after she claims that videos of her in swimsuits were removed.

In the video, she can be seen lip-syncing the song, “I Know,” which was made popular by TikTok user Erin McMillen, while getting her hair done.

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“TikTok keeps taking down my videos with me in my bathing suits,” Lizzo wrote over a clip of her lip-syncing the words “I know.”

She went on to add that TikTok “allows other videos with girls in bathing suits. I wonder why? TikTok we need to talk.”

Lizzo, who is known for supporting the body positivity movement, has garnered millions of views on her video and a lot of support from fans.

“Because you’re glowing queen and people can’t handle it,” one commenter wrote. “Don’t they know you’ve given them multiple viral sounds?” another fan wondered.

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“Oh wow! Wouldn’t think they’d pull videos from stars. Disappointing. I do hope they talk to you,” someone else said. “It happens to me too!!! CURVY GIRL PROBLEMS...” a user noted.

Yahoo reached out to TikTok for comment but has not heard back by the time of publishing. The company’s community guidelines prohibit pornography but do not mention swimsuit.