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Facebook Steps In To Protect Lizzo From Hateful Comments

By Daryl Nelson
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The people at Facebook are doing their part to remove the hateful comments aimed at Lizzo after she dropped her song "Rumors" with Cardi B last week. 

According to TMZ, the company also removed some people's entire accounts over their comments and will continue to monitor the messages being left on Lizzo's page.

Earlier this week, the rapper shed tears over the criticism she received, because some fat-shamed her, others left racist comments, and some accused her of catering to a white audience. Cardi B then came to Lizzo's defense.

Why do you believe celebs aren't able to ignore the hateful comments and focus on the positive messages that are being left?

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