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Songstress Lizzo denies a wild rumor that she crushed a fan while stage-diving during a recent concert.

The 33-year-old "Good as Hell" singer took to Instagram to inform her 10 million followers that they shouldn't believe a word of the vicious rumor.

"So I've seen a lot of annoying things about me on the internet but the thing that bothers me the most is this rumor that I stage-dived at a concert and killed somebody," she said in a video.
 

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"Like that rumor is a f***ing lie first of all. I've never stage-dived in my life. And b*tch how, like, kill somebody? Y'all really gonna put that on my mother***ing name? Like I know I'm big but b*tch I'm not that f***ing big!"

She then belly-flopped onto her bed to prove her innocence and said: 'B*tch!'

She captioned the video, "STOP THE [cap emoji]."

"Cap" is Internet slang for "lies."

In a previous post, Lizzo addressed her deep fear of catching Covid-19.

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"I don't care who you are. You could be the nicest person. You could be vaccinated. You could be quadruple vaccinated. If you see me, please give me 6 feet. This s**t is coming back. COVID. And people being real sloppy with personal space.

"Because it's not you. It's me. I'm not trying to catch nothing. I don't even want to catch feelings, bitch. You think I'm trying to catch COVID?"

 

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Trey Songz was trending on social media all day after he allegedly leaked his own sex tape on OnlyFans.

I say "allegedly" because a number of women who have been intimate with the R&B crooner took to social media to confirm the man being serviced in the video is not him.

The raunchy video was posted on OnlyFans days after Trey was detained for putting a police officer in a headlock at a Kansas City Chiefs game.

On Wednesday, the 36-year-old Sagittarius shared photos of himself staring at his cellphone while his name was trending online.

In a follow-up video, the father-of-one directed his followers to his OnlyFans link where they can pay to see what the fuss is all about.

He captioned the post: "Link in bio wit yo curious ass [sic]."

As you know, Sandrarose.com is a family-oriented blog, where smut is never posted. But you can find the video on the internet if you know where to look.

Trey is among the celebrities who joined OnlyFans to earn extra cash to make ends meet during the Covid-19 flu outbreak.
 

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