Lizzo Pays Emotional Tribute to Queen of Hip-Hop Missy Elliott at Hollywood Walk of Fame

The ‘Juice’ hitmaker gets emotional as she helps celebrate the ‘Get Ur Freak On’ hitmaker while inducting the female rapper into the Walk of Fame in Hollywood.

AceShowbizLizzo got teary-eyed as she thanked Missy Elliott for “making (her) dreams come true” at the rapper’s Hollywood Walk of Fame induction.

The “Get Ur Freak On” hitmaker was honoured with a star on the famous sidewalk in Los Angeles on Monday (08Nov21) and stars came out in force to celebrate the hip-hop icon – including her Tempo collaborator, who gave an impassioned speech.

The “Juice” singer grew emotional as she hailed Missy for reflecting herself and thanked her for all she has done for “so many Black girls.”

The Grammy-winner gushed, “You are the brightest star in the universe Missy. I’ve watched you my entire life. And I saw a superstar in you, but I’ve also seen myself. I’d never seen myself and you lived so boldly and so beautifully and so unapologetically and so out loud.”

“You have no idea what you have done for so many Black girls. We don’t deserve you. We don’t deserve Missy Elliott and still you continue to give to us, and give with your heart. Your genius. Let me just drop some words: Genius! Icon! Queen…queen of hip-hop! Visionary! I want to thank you so much for helping me in my career. I never in a million years thought I’d get to meet you and not only did I get to meet you, but we worked in the studio together!”

“Thank you for making my dreams comes true. You have no idea what you mean to all of us Missy. We love you. We celebrate you. God Bless You. This is more than deserved. Let us continue to celebrate all of your accomplishments and your influence forever. We love you so much Missy. Congratulations.”

Missy was also joined by her “1,2 Step” and “Lose Control” collaborator Ciara at the induction.

Hollywood Walk of Fame producer Ana Martinez said, “Missy Elliott has broken through the barriers of the male-dominated Hip-Hop world, and the music industry as a whole, as she has led the way for many women who have followed in her footsteps. She continues to break barriers year after year and we’re thrilled to be able to honour her on the Walk of Fame.”

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