Twitter users are totally charmed by a trending video of a balding middle aged man rocking out to Lizzo’s hit song Truth Hurts.
The video was recorded at Jonas Brothers concert at Penn State last week, and shows the unidentified man standing and dancing while Lizzo’s song blasts through the speakers ahead of the show.
Since TikTok’s official account shared it on Twitter, it’s been viewed over 1.3 million times — and even Lizzo herself is loving it.
Be great! Twitter users are totally charmed by a trending video of a balding middle aged man rocking out to Lizzo’s hit song Truth Hurts
Puts the sing in single: The video was recorded at Jonas Brothers concert at Penn State, and shows the unidentified man standing and dancing while Lizzo’s song plays as warm-up music
Already in his DMs: Since TikTok’s official account shared it on Twitter, it’s been viewed over 1.3 million times
The man has great seats for the concert, which was held at Champs Downtown last week.
In the moments leading up to the show, when the house lights were still on, a DJ blasted music through the arena to entertain the crowd — and Truth Hurts had lots of audience members singing along.
One was the man, who was
The video begins toward the end of the second verse, as Lizzo sings, ‘”Shoot your shot” when you see ’em, It’s OK, he already in my DMs.’
The man is singing along enthusiastically, bopping and waving his arms in the air. He continues to dance as the song moves into the chorus.
Hit: Lizzo’s song has gone 2x platinum in the US and reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100
Approval: The musician shared the video herself and tweet, ‘AN EXAMPLE OF MEN BEING GREAT WHEN ITS TIME TO BE GREAT’
Another concert-goer shared yet another video of the man during another point in the song, and it looks like several audience members are filming and enjoying his performance.
And when TikTok shared the first clip on Twitter, it caught the attention of Lizzo herself.
‘AN EXAMPLE OF MEN BEING GREAT WHEN ITS TIME TO BE GREAT,’ she wrote, referencing a line from the song.
Fans also went wild, with one tweeting, ‘When I say “not all men” I mean this specific guy.’
‘Flip your hair back, my dude, and check your nails,’ wrote another.
‘As you get older you realize you evolve in other ways but the turn up stays the same,’ said a third.
Alter-ego: Lizzo named her instrument Sasha Flute after Beyonce’s infamous alter-ego Sasha Fierce – and now it has its own Instagram page
Back up: Lizzo’s other flute is a blue instrument, which she has christened Blew Ivy
Fans generally can’t get enough of all things Lizzo — including her flute collection.
The star has created a dedicated Instagram page for her instruments, which she has nicknamed ‘Sasha Flute’ and ‘Blew Ivy.’
The account, called Sasha Be Fluting, was recently verified and has attracted 255,000 followers and counting.
The feed features behind-the-scenes videos, memes, practice sessions, and ‘juicy’ extra content with the Truth Hurts hit maker, 31.
When the page was recently verified, tongue-in-cheek Lizzo told fans to ‘pop op the valve oil b****’ in celebration.
She previously told
Lizzo even majored in classical flute performance at Houston University.
‘One day there’s gonna be a person that f***s up the flute and twerk way harder than me and I’m gonna be so proud I paved the way for that b**ch,’ Lizzo once tweeted.