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Demi Lovato Responds To People Trying To 'Cancel' Her On Twitter: 'Where Is The Forgiveness Culture'

Demi Lovato is speaking out.

After a drama-filled week of #DemiIsOver parties on Twitter, the singer has something strong to say to her haters.

It's been a rough week for Demi Lovato.

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The 27-year-old singer was "cancelled" not once, but twice on social media, with Twitter having a #DemiIsOverParty at her expense.

The drama first began when Demi said that she's no longer friends with Selena Gomez.

The 'I Love Me' singer made the controversial comments about her former bestie during an interview with Harper's Bazaar.

“When you grow up with somebody, you’re always going to have love for them," Demi began.

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"But I’m not friends with her, so it felt …” Demi said, stopping herself during the interview while discussing Selena posting a supportive Instagram story after Demi's emotional comeback Grammy performance.

“I will always have love for her, and I wish everybody nothing but the best.”

Soon, the hashtag #DemiIsOverParty began trending on Twitter, with plenty of mean tweets being created about the star.

Soon after, a second incident involving Demi came to light.

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Her alleged Finsta account where she reportedly trashed Selena Gomez was leaked.

This all started when Lovato and her boyfriend, Max Ehrich, live-streamed from the private social media account, @traumaqueen4eva.

The posts on the account were even more suspect, as a lot of them were targetted toward bashing her former bestie.

Here's a look at some of the posts that were allegedly posted by Demi:

Soon, #DemiIsOverParty began trending once again.

Entertainment blogger, Perez Hilton, even got involved.

"Anti-bullying advocate @DDLovato is exposed for being a mean girl to @SelenaGomez on her finsta," he tweeted.

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"For you boomers – that means her private Instagram account, which her friends and celebs like Sam Smith and former Fifth Harmony member Lauren Jauregui follow. #DemiLovatoIsOverParty."

While Demi has yet to address the account, fans grew suspicious when it was suddenly deleted.

She's also turned off comments on her main account.

But that doesn't mean that she's staying entirely quiet.

Recently, Demi was a guest on Jameela Jamil's podcast, *I Weigh*, where she addressed cancel culture.

“I’ve been canceled so many times, I can’t even count…the hashtag #DemiIsOverParty, that whole thing. It just doesn’t even affect me anymore," the singer said.

"One, it’s not real," she continued.

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"I don’t think anyone was ever officially canceled, otherwise certain people wouldn’t have Grammys, wouldn’t have Oscars, certain people would be where they are in their positions."

She made a really good point by saying, "Where is the forgiveness culture?"

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“There are some people, if you have used up your second and third chances with a certain topic, you’re canceled and you should stay canceled."

She continued:

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"But if you mess up, and you apologize and come forward and say, 'I’ve learned from this,' then let that be an example for other people so they can change too."

The 'Anyone' singer was clearly passionate about the subject, as she carried on.

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"Cancel culture will not work unless people have some sort of mercy. You have to be able to do that," she added.

"I think if it’s somebody who refuses to learn, just has the entitlement of 'I can never do any wrong and I can get away with this,' then yeah...go ahead and cancel them.”

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You can listen to the full interview here.

What do you think about what Demi said? Is she right?

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