Demi Lovato just went nuclear on Instagram … for allowing a disgusting ad fat-shaming women to end up on her feed.
The singer blasted the social media platform Friday with several posts … going off after a sponsored ad for a mobile game appeared. Demi wasn’t having it … straight-up asking how the mobile app “Game of Sultans” can get away with fat shaming.
You can see in the ad a character on the left labeled as “obese” and the one on the right dubbed “pretty” … we guess subtlety is not part of the game.
Demi’s message — the ad’s wrong on so many levels because it can inflict pain and harm on those who struggle with eating disorders. This, of course, struck too close to home … Demi’s been open about her body image and food shaming herself.
She’s adamant, “Keep this bulls*** off mine and other’s feeds who could be easily effected by this disgusting advertisement.”
Demi Lovato looked almost angelic while ringing in the New Year, clearly sticking to her new battle cry — to never take another day for granted.
The singer and her BF, Henry Levy, celebrated the New Year in Aspen. She was all smiles and dressed to the nines — flowy, long white fur coat (we know, can’t tell if it’s real or faux) with boots and a very color-poppin’ Hermes Birkin bag.
Demi’s jewelry choices might also raise eyebrows — she’s rocking a diamond ring on her left ring finger — y’know, that one. It doesn’t look very engagement-y, and the relationship is only a couple months old — but stranger things have happened.
In any event, it’s clear Demi’s leaving her tumultuous 2018 in the rearview mirror by looking like a million bucks in 2019.
Demi Lovato is thankful she survived 2018 — after an overdose nearly killed the singer — saying she’ll never take another day for granted again.
Lovato is taking time to reflect on the year that was, saying, “So grateful for the lessons I’ve learned this year. I will never take another day in life for granted, even the bad ones. Thankful for my fans, friends, family and everyone who supported me throughout this year. God bless.”
While she doesn’t mention it specifically, Lovato is clearly referring to the almost fatal overdose she had back in July. Lovato had finished a night out with friends and returned to her Hollywood Hills home where she free-based what we’re told was likely oxy laced with fentanyl.
Lovato’s friend and security guard found her and performed life saving measures. She was hospitalized in Los Angeles for several weeks before going to rehab for several months.
The singer returned to Los Angeles in November and appears happy and healthy … even celebrating Christmas with her family last week.
Demi Lovato was in the holiday spirit on Xmas day, celebrating with friends and family.
Demi looked relaxed and content as she snuggled with her dog. Demi had a special ornament made with the face of her dog, Buddy, who was killed in 2015 by a coyote.
She scored a few cool gifts for Xmas, including some Hermes mugs.
Lovato is back in the game after spending time in rehab, following a near-fatal overdose back in July. She posted this recently … “Someday I’ll tell the world what exactly happened, why it happened and what my life is like today.”
Demi Lovato broke her silence on the overdose that nearly killed her … making it clear it was a near-death experience.
Demi went on social media to say she’s “grateful to be alive” and is now sober and getting the help she needs.
She goes off on the media for making up crap about her to sell stories, saying,”If I feel like the world needs to know something, I will tell them MYSELF.”
She goes on to say, “Someday I’ll tell the world what exactly happened, why it happened and what my life is like today but until I’m ready to share that with people, please stop prying.”
TMZ broke the story … Demi almost died earlier this year after OD’ing at her Hollywood Hills home. She was hospitalized for 10 days before going to rehab for extensive treatment.
She’s been back in L.A. for awhile now, clean, sober and healthy. She says she needs space and time to heal, adding, “All my fans need to know is I’m happy and clean and I’m SO grateful for their support.”