Lizzo twerks into the New Year in sexy feathered bikini as she says it's her 'ancestral birthright'

LIZZO is no stranger when it comes to twerking on social media, and it seems 2021 is going to be no different for the singer.

The 32-year-old star took to Instagram over the weekend to treat her 9.6 million followers to have another sexy video.

In the clip, Lizzo can be seen stood on her balcony as the sun sets in Los Angeles in the background, providing an incredible back drop for her dance.

The Good As Hell hitmaker is wearing a multi-colored feathered bikini as she shows off her curvaceous figure in all it's glory.

Lizzo captioned the video: "Twerking has had many names but will always be my ancestral birthright, derivative of an age-old practice, brandishing the Devine feminine energy of the earth, unleashing Sacral chakra magic and will remain captivating and coveted by all. In this essay I will…"

In another post, Lizzo wears the same two-piece with a matching coat as she shows off more of her moves.

The rapper wrote alongside it: "New Years resolution: have your cake and eat it too ~purrrrr~."

Lizzo's fans were quick to comment on the sexy videos, with one person writing: "Glad she's having fun."

A second person said: "We all need a lizzo in our life," while a third added: "YOU LOOK BEYOND GOOD."

Another person commented: "This is the best post I’ve seen in forever: the sunset snd rhythm of the crickets are the perfect accompaniment to your beautiful twerk. 🔥💕🔥."

It comes after Lizzo shared a sentimental post about 2020 on New Year's Eve.

Sharing a snap of herself posing on the same balcony in a sexy black dress, she told fans: "I saw somewhere if you ain’t find your hustle this year then 'the hustle ain’t in you'.

"nah… this year wasn’t given to us in the form of an incubator for growth. If you found growth, I’m proud of you.

"If you found yourself shrunken, I’m proud of you. Because this year was about survival."

She added: "Everyone reading this post is a survivor. And that means the hustle is definitely in you. Celebrate yourself. Safely and lovingly."

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