Last week, Lizzo faced backlash after pointing fingers at a Postmates worker, accusing them of stealing her food. Though the "Truth Hurts" singer apologized shortly after, the repercussions of publicly blasting "Tiffany W." have had an effect on the deliverer. TMZ reports that she's now afraid to leave her house or go to work, fearing that she might be attacked by Lizzo's fans. Apparently, when Tiffany had arrived at the Boston hotel to drop off the goods, there was no room number listed on the order. After waiting 10 minutes and trying to contact Lizzo through the concierge, she eventually gave up.
The accusation that Tiffany ate Lizzo's food is false, too: it was an order of seafood, which she reportedly doesn't eat. "As soon as Lizzo reached out, we looked into the matter and quickly resolved the issue," a Postmates representative told TMZ. "We apologize to Lizzo for any inconvenience." In her apology, Lizzo wrote that she would "be more responsible with my use of social media and check my petty and my pride at the door."