Lizzo reminded her fans about physical distancing in the most creative way.

The rates of the Delta variant of COVID-19 in the U.S. and worldwide continue to spike. The variant of the disease was first detected in India and remains as the most contagious type yet.

According to Statista, the U.S. ranks second among the countries with the highest number of Delta variant cases. United Kingdom, on the other hand, already reached 167,000 cases as of July 27.

To stop the spread of the virus, Lizzo recorded an inspiring reminder on his Instagram account, reminding everyone to be careful at all times.

"UNTIL COVID OVER GIMMIE 6FT. Please and thank u," she captioned her over 7-minute video.

The 33-year-old singer then warned her 10.9 million Instagram followers not to come near her if she is in the street.

"This is a public service announcement I am just putting this out there right now. I don't care who you are - you could be the nicest person. You could be vaccinated, you could be quadruple vaccinated," she rapped.

She also noted how people forget personal space even when the virus keeps on coming back. But she made it clear that she is not being rude. Instead, she wants people to protect themselves from the disease as much as she does to herself.

Lizzo Only Wants To Protect Everyone

To show her fans how serious she is, she held out a bottle of alcohol and pledged to spray it on anyone who gets close to her.

If people think she is being rude, Lizzo explained that she only wants to be healthy and safe for her family and friends.

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The rapper concluded her video by telling her fans how much she loves them. She also asked them to be careful until the pandemic is cleared up.

"I do not want you in my personal space/ I ain't tryin' to catch no COVID today/ You get Lysol if you up in my face (back, back)/ Give me distance b---h, bet outta my face (back, back)," she crooned.

Her positive rant came after the U.S. COVID-19 cases rose by 170 percent in the past weeks. The Delta variant also caused the 80 percent new COVID cases in the U.S.

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