Demi Lovato recently celebrated a significant milestone; she has made it to six years of sobriety. However, one fan claims that she is no longer sober.
A Tale Of Two Photos
BuzzFeed initially reported that a fan went after the "Give Your Heart A Break" singer on social media. This unknown fan claimed that Lovato broke her sobriety after she hung out with several of her friends, rising pop star Hayley Kiyoko, actor Matthew Scott Montgomery, and rapper Sirah. The fan acquired the photos from both a Kiyoko fan account and from Montgomery and Sirah. The fan stated that there were two significant distinctions between each photo. The pictures that were supplied by the fan account saw that Lovato was carrying a drink in her hand. However, the images that the entertainers provided to social media featured a black mark that covered up the glass.
Demi Claps Back
The Lovato fan boldly asked the superstar the truth about the photos. The fan stated that she was surprised that Kiyoko posed with the "Heart Attack" singer as the fan noted that the pair were not exactly close friends. They also wondered why Kiyoko did not cover up the drink, while Montgomery and Sirah did cover it up. However, Lovato decided to end the debate once and for all and confronted the fan on social media.
"I don't have to defend anything, but it was Red Bull," said Lovato in a statement transcribed by People Magazine.
Promoting Body Positivity
Before Lovato cleared up the twin photos controversy, the "Tell Me You Love Me" singer took to Instagram on Friday, April 6, to promote body positivity. By using Instagram stories, Lovato showcased to 66.9 million of her Instagram followers excess skin on her stomach, revealed her stretch marks, and even flaunted her cellulite as she shook her buttocks.
Participating In March For Our Lives
Last month, Lovato was among the numerous celebrities that attended in the March For Our Lives movement. The event, which was organized by the survivors of the massacre that took place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, was to challenge Congressional leaders to create stricter gun control laws. Lovato sang her empowering hit, "Skyscraper," at the Washington, D.C. event.
'Fascination With Death'
The 25-year-old performer sat down with Dr. Phil McGraw for an in-depth interview for his television show. She grimly revealed that when she was only 7-year-old when she had a "fascination" with death. Lovato also stated that her death would end a lot of emotional pain that she endured when she was younger.