✅ Female— Lilly Singh (@IISuperwomanII) February 25, 2019
Throughout my life these have proven to be obstacles from time to time. But now I’m fully embracing them as my superpowers.
No matter how many “boxes” you check, I encourage you to do the same x
proud of you bbg ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 so happy you’re finally comfy enough to say this out loud!!!!!— MEDICATE 🌻 STREAM & DL NOW! (@TheGabbieShow) February 25, 2019
WE'RE SO PROUD OF YOU IM LEGIT CRYING 😭😭😭💜💜💜 pic.twitter.com/j6bLs3mAdi— Jasmine 🏳️🌈💜 (@Lillys_Snacccc) February 25, 2019
OH MY GOD I KNEW IT— Suri 💜 (@TeamSuperMumbai) February 25, 2019
Baby we ALL knew it— Jaiyhana B.💜 (@JaiyhanaB) February 25, 2019
love you lilly!! love always wins! 💖— ashley liao (@ashleyjliao) February 25, 2019
YO WHAT HIGHKEY FELL OFF MY CHAIR but you’ve always been unstoppable despite any obstacles - love u always ❤️— Siham (@TeamSuperUK) February 25, 2019
I commend you for your courage to speak your truth. I know it wasn't easy for you, but just know that you have the love and support of so many people.— Michelle Brown (@MICKIE66) February 25, 2019
Sending Love and support from a
me reading this:— TS Vancouver 💜's Lilly (@teamsuperVANC) February 25, 2019
Female: OH YES YOU DAMNNNNN FINE
Coloured: (WITH A U, Y'ALL) - yas we love a cultured queen
Bisexual: omg so prou- WAIITTTTTTTTTT WHAAAAAAAATTTTTTTTTTT
Lilly Singh does relatable content around racism, being a person of colour and growing up with desi parents. Singh was ranked 10th on Forbes list of YouTube’s highest paid stars in 2017. She has over 14 million followers on YouTube. Recently, she took a sabbatical from her YouTube channel Superwoman and spoke about mental health, and also receiving huge support from her fan-base.