American singer Lizzo divided Instagram followers with her latest bombshell post that could have been deemed as overly provocative but also seen as empowering for others at the same time.
The 32-year-old Detroit songwriter left spectators collecting their jaws from the floor as she sent the internet into a complete frenzy with an all fours clip, in a bid to promote self-love.
Lizzo's post certainly racked up an extensive amount of attention on social media, with nasty trolls hurtfully telling her to "lose weight".
Proving a point, the Juice hitmaker shared a steamy snippet that left nothing to the imagination.
Stripping to an invisible g-string that was teamed with transparent fishnets, she leaned forward to kiss the mirror in front of her while showcasing her newly found body confidence.
There was certainly a lot of flesh on display as her hexagon holed tights boasted a large and gapping opening across her shapely bum.
In fact the Hustlers actress, wore very little with her eye-popping ensemble boasting not much material at all.
Some fans even speculated that Lizzo may have suffered a slight wardrobe malfunction as another opening appeared to be apparent in the already non-existent tights.
Turning up the heat, she added a blue strapped pair of heels and a glamorous diamond chocker chain for added sex appeal.
Sharing the mind-blowing short video, she penned: "Just when you thought I couldn't love myself any more. Tonight. @savagexfenty."
Despite the star trying to highlight her own inner peace with body, some fans just didn't get it and took to the comments section to share their dismay.
One fan wrote: "I get that hate is getting to her but sis you can show all that in a much classier way, this makes women look like an object. It's cool to be confident and all but you don't gotta show all that."
Another said: "Seriously if you're not slim and toned don't do this, it doesn't look good at all."
A third keyboard warrior added: "Diet please."
While a forth savagely told the songstress: "Lose weight."
Even though many haters showed up, Lizzo also received heaps of praise too, receiving 'likes' from plus size model Ashley Graham and actress Demi Moore.
Jumping in to defend the musical queen, one fan exclaimed: "Oh you about to make the haters mad mad lmfaoo."
Another chimed: "Honestly how can anyone not like her?"
While a third gushed: "God I wish I knew how to love myself the way you do."
In the past, Lizzo has battled with her own mental health after facing unkind negativity from online bullies, that at times made her feel "depressed and like she was "dying".
The spiteful remarks got so bad, that she even decided to temporarily remove her Twitter account to stop her pain and suffering.
She previously told Australia's Marie Claire magazine: "Sometimes I have negative thoughts and feel like I'm dying.
Explaining her coping mechanisms, that have clearly paid dividends given her recent upload, she added: "I've learned to breathe when this happens. I understand the privilege of being able to practise circulate breathing until I can manage my anxiety.
"I cry and talk to a therapist until that oppressive feeling goes away."
"I usually don't care when people make negative comments but that was too much.
"I was seeing so much negative stuff and it was depressing."