Demi Lovato landed in a controversy over her comments on rapper 21 Savage. The singer has deactivated her Twitter account after getting dragged in tweets. Singer Demi Lovato deactivated her Twitter account following a backlash. This was over her tweets on Grammy-nominated rapper 21 Savage.
Moreover, Lovato wrote, “So far 21 Savage memes have been my favourite part of the Super Bowl.” People immediately began calling her out, including rapper Offset. The one who sort of seemed to subtweet her with the post. It reads “All the memes and s**t ain’t funny when somebody going through some,” reports eonline.com.
Certainly, the 26-year-old singer tried defending and clarifying in later tweets. But it wasn’t enough to calm the situation. “If you are going to come at me for making a joke, try coming at me with some original not involving drugs,” Lovato wrote.
Further, she added, “F*k Twitter. This is why I don’t tweet anymore.” The singer also shared one of the memes circulating about 21 Savage. This showed handwriting on paper with a quill by candlelight. Alongside the caption: “This is how 21 Savage be writing his verses. “FYI this is the s*t I’m laughing at… not the fact that anyone is getting deported,” Lovato wrote.
Moreover, the rapper, whose real name is Sha Yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, is in custody. He is at risk of being deported after authorities claimed he is a UK national. He has been living in the US illegally. Lovato then posted a note on Instagram too via her stories on the platform. This break couldn’t last long enough,” she wrote while sharing screenshots of comments. The comments referenced her history of drug issues.
However, the singer has been over six months sober following rehab treatment. This was after being taken to hospital for an apparent drug overdose last year.