Demi Lovato Deletes Her Twitter - Find Out Why

Demi Lovato Deletes Her Twitter - Find Out Why

Demi Lovato Deletes Her Twitter - Find Out Why

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The meme was captioned, "This how 21 Savage be writing his verses".

On social media, the news drew both concern, shock, and - with the internet being the internet - humour.

Among those who criticized Lovato for tweet included Alex Tumay, Wale, and even 21 Savage's manager Kei Henderson.

Her words instantly sparked backlash with rapper Wale writing: "Why is somebody freedom amusing..." A lot of people. In a fourth tweet, the "Sorry Not Sorry" artist clarified which image she found so amusing. However, she was only criticised more and mocked for her drug use and reported overdose.

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After she was criticised for her comments, Lovato- who suffered a near-fatal overdose past year - then tweeted: "If you're gonna come at me for making a joke, try coming at me with some original not involving drugs". "I know that's not a joke.not have I EVER laughed at that", she wrote.

The star then deleted her Twitter account, instead using Instagram to show how she'd been treated for making the joke.

Twitter users were quick to call out the singer including fellow rapper, Offset, who seemed to "indirectly" tweet: "ALL THE MEMES AND S**T AINT FUNNY WHEN SOMEBODY GOING THROUGH SOME", the Migos rapper wrote.

She continued: 'Sorry if I offended anyone. "But it's no excuse to laugh at someone's addiction".

A legal team are now working on a case for the 26-year-old rapper - whose real name is Shayaa Bin Abraham-Joseph - and say it is all a "misunderstanding".

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