Demi Lovato Humbled The Insta-Troll Who Tried To Fat-Shame Her

Date July 19, 2019 11:11

Demi Lovato has once again made it clear that she's a bold woman and will not back down before either haters or paparazzi. This time, the reason for the scandal was her picture on Instagram where she's wearing leggings and a T-shirt caught outside the gym in LA after training. A certain someone going by handle @selenuer tried to body-shame the singer, who has a history of weight fluctuations, by posting the shot on his page with the caption:

hey demi dm me so we can discuss a diet plan for you

The cowardly abuser clearly didn't expect the singer to reply personally and when he saw the comment from Demi herself, he deleted the post and his account altogether.

I actually am choosing not to diet and fall back into unhealthy behaviors at the risk of losing my sanity or mental health but thank you for the offer! Super sweet šŸ’—

Well done!

Demi did not consider it to be humiliating to reply to an average troll, setting an example for many other public personas suffering from attacks by anonymous commentators. By the way, the singer also has a blue belt in jiu-jitsu!

Unhealthy behaviors Demi mentioned were eating disorders she's been struggling with since the age of 8. At some point in her life, Demi was eating her personal problems away, including lack of love in the family when her younger sister was born, as well as her unhappy relationship with Wilmer Valderrama.

We should give her credit. Lovato managed to overcome her unhealthy behavior, but she also decided not to torture herself with dieting ā€“ it has already made her bulimic once.

Now, the singer loves her body, believes that she's attractive, and is happy to be the way she is.

Iā€™m sitting at the gym post jiu jitsu feeling high on life and drinking my post workout shake. Iā€™m sweaty and not looking this glamorous right now but **** I feel awesome and posting this feels empowering because I like this pic where I feel sexy and I can also defend myself from anyone that ever tries to attack me. Any size, any shape, any gender.

Let's hope that such "fans" will slowly disappear from the net ā€“ the stars are already under enough pressure, constantly being followed by paparazzi, and having to look like decent role models for their multimillion army of fans that support them. For instance, talented and charismatic Demi Lovato has nearly 80 million fans!