Beyoncé's ongoing tour has been a massive hit, drawing huge crowds and garnering substantial attention.
At the Gillette Stadium concert in Foxborough, Beyoncé skipped over Lizzo's name while performing the song "Break My Soul."
Footage from the concert quickly went viral on social media, sparking curiosity and discussions among netizens.
The decision to skip Lizzo's name may have been influenced by recent sexual harassment allegations against the rapper.
Three of Lizzo's former dancers filed a lawsuit against her, alleging sexual harassment, hostile work environment, religious and racial harassment, false imprisonment, and interference with economic advantage.
Beyoncé aimed to avoid singling out Lizzo in a disrespectful manner by not mentioning other names after skipping Lizzo's name during the performance.
As of the report's date, Lizzo has not addressed the sexual harassment allegations made against her by her former dancers.
The lawsuit also claims that Lizzo allegedly "called attention" to a dancer's weight gain after a performance, which is surprising given her role as a body-positivity spokesperson.
Some former members of Lizzo's team have come forward to support the victims and shared their similar experiences, shedding light on the alleged harassment.