"I love my fans, and hate tabloids. Don't believe what you read. People will literally make up stuff to sell a story. Sickening," she tweeted.
Known for her candour, the ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ singer has hit back at reports she marks as “wrong”, encouraging her fans to not believe everything you read.
“If I feel like the world needs to know something, I will tell them MYSELF. Otherwise people stop writing about my recovery, because it’s no one’s business but mine,” one post explains
Without pointing out individuals, the series of tweets takes aim at “sources” who Lovato claims received monetary gain from selling stories about the singer’s relapse into substance abuse.
“Any “source” out there that is willing to talk and sell stories to blogs and tabloids about my life isn’t actually a part of my life because most of the shit I see is soooooo inaccurate. So newsflash: your “sources” are wrong,” she states
In true Demi style – always transparent and open about her struggles with addiction – the star promises to one day “tell the world exactly what happened”. But for now, the singer is happy just to be healthy and with loved ones.
“I’m so blessed I get to take this time to be with family, relax, work on my mind, body and soul and come back when I’m ready. I have my fans to thank for that,” she tweets.
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