Lizzo got you for lunch!
The “Good As Hell” songstress went the extra mile for the nation’s healthcare workers and frontliners and in her own way, paid tribute to ER staffers by sending them lunch, ensuring that every hospital across the country has enough food to recharge themselves as they aid their patients affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Lizzo shared a video on social media where medical workers receive their food and dig into their lunches. She captioned the montage “S/O to our heroes,”, and she also dropped the link to donate to the COVID-19 response fund.
The Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, expressed their gratitude to the Grammy winner through a shout-out in Twitter, thanking her from the bottom of their hearts for making their day brighter with her generosity.
In her message to the hospital, Lizzo expressed her gratitude once more to its medical workers for what they’re doing at the height of this pandemic. She said that it’s definitely not easy and even so, they are putting themselves in the frontlines, so because of that, she just wanted to treat them all for a meal and that she really hopes that they would enjoy the food.
Lizzo went on expressing her love for these medical workers. She thanks them a lot for being the heroes in this story, and that everyone is staying inside, praying and thinking of them every single day.
M Health Fairview in Minneapolis also expressed their thanks to Lizzo where they posted a picture of staffers holding up their sandwiches via its official Twitter account.
Lizzo has been using her platform to raise awareness, in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, by reminding and encouraging her fans to pay close attention to and practice social distancing to curb the spread of the virus.- Advertisement -
Apart from that, the “Truth Hurts” singer also leads her social media followers in meditations to aid those struggling to stay firm during this challenging time. She launched her digital meditations on March 13 with a 30-minute video on Instagram, where she played on her flute a calming version of her song “Cuz I Love You”.
She shared a new meditation video a week later that was aimed “for compassion” and to furnish fans with “a practice in connectivity during this social distance.”
As reported before, celebrities have been taking an active part in fighting COVID-19 pandemic.