Demi Lovato calls out Instagram for fat shaming

Demi Lovato calls out Instagram for 'fat-shaming bull****' game while promoting body positivity

Demi Lovato calls out Instagram for 'fat-shaming bull****' game while promoting body positivity

Lovato, who herself suffered from bulimia in the past, shared several Insta stories, to slam the clear message from the ad suggesting that only thin women can be considered pretty.

Demi Lovato isn't happy with an ad she discovered while scrolling through her Instagram feed.

Instead of just scrolling onto the next post, Demi made a decision to take a stand and speak out against the content.

'Why is this fat-shaming bull**** on my feed? So many things wrong with this ad. 1.

Demi Lovato refuses to remain silent when an issue she stands for is being advertised in a negative way.

Her final words to Instagram tells the social media app to keep such content off the feeds of people who may easily be affected. "And shame on the game".

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The singer also took to Twitter to urge follows to go and see what she had to say regarding the advertisement. Users appear to choose what the two women can eat, and feed the "obese" one a "controlled" diet of broccoli. "Always speak up for what you believe in!".

"I've spoken openly about being bullied throughout the past few years, but one thing that I've never been able to feel comfortable talking about was the effects that it had on my life, afterwards", she said.

The "Sober" singer then blew up on her story calling out the company for posting an ad that was "absolutely harmful to anyone easily influenced by societal pressures".

Fans and even fellow celebrities are praising the singer for using her voice and showing the world that she is a role model to those who have had their own experiences with body image.

The social media app responded immediately by taking the ad down.

According to TMZ, a rep for Instagram said the ad has now been removed and apologized for approving it. Representatives from Game of Sultans, however, have yet to respond to a request for comment.

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