Lizzo struts in bum-baring leggings from new shapewear line and fans are in love

Lizzo modeled some exceptionally cheeky leggings from her new shapewear line and fans can’t wait to get their own(Photo:Jim Bennett/WireImage)
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Lizzo just gave fans a cheeky glimpse of two of her upcoming releases in a new Instagram video. The musician, 33, teased some new music while rocking a pair of especially daring leggings from her new shapewear line, Yitty.

The "Truth Hurts" singer wore a black bra and a matching pair of leggings, complete with hip-baring cutouts and a wholly exposed bum area as she strutted up the steps of a jet with her soon-to-be-released single playing in the background.

She paired the look with black shades, heels and a blinged-out "Yitty" chain. Judging on her comments section, fans can't wait for the hits and clothes to come.

"I need some of these," one person wrote.

"Ok so can't wait for this song and also low key think I need these leggings too 🔥," another added.

Yitty, which is launching in partnership with Fabletics on April 12, is a size-inclusive shapewear brand that can be worn "Underwear, Overwear, Anywhere."

Now a fixture in the body-positivity movement, Lizzo wants Yitty to represent who she sees as the movement's true pioneers.

"I have been parallel with the body positive movement for a long time, and people have made my name synonymous with it, and I'm always like, body positivity belonged to the people who truly created it, the Black, brown, queer big women, my girls in the 16 plus," she told the New York Times.

The brand places her among a growing list of celebrities making shapewear for everyday wear and prioritizes inclusivity and empowerment. But for Lizzo, Yitty is about much more than clothes.

"I'm selling that more than I'm selling thongs, more than I'm selling bodysuits or I'm selling shapewear. I'm selling a mentality that 'I can do what I want with my body, wear what I want and feel good while doing it,'" she told the New York Times.

Yitty, which was Lizzo's childhood nickname, is something she hopes to grow into a community beyond shapewear but instead into a state of mind that anyone can be who they are beyond the constraints of societal norms.

"I want to be a world changer," she said. "This is something I'm building that can hopefully last for generations — not just the company or the product, but the mentality of Yitty. This idea of liberation with your body and being able to express it in different ways can go so, so far," she said.

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