The 23-year-old ‘Stone Cold’ singer had decided to leave Twitter and Instagram after she was trolled by the fans of pop diva Mariah Carey, whom she criticized for “dissing people”.
However, 24 hours later, the singer was back in action and promised to have no filter on her future posts this time around.
“I’m back. And I’m coming back more honest than ever,” she wrote before tweeting smiling face emoji with sunglasses and a mischievous face with devil horns in another message.
‘The 23-year-old has decided to leave Twitter and Instagram because she doesn’t want to see the comments other people make and believes people don’t give a “f**k” about what she has to say’, reported femalefirst.co.uk.
“Damn I have got to quit sayin s**t. Bye Twitter. And Instagram. I like Snapchat because I don’t have to see what some of you all say. Follow me if you want: theddlovato,” Lovato wrote on Twitter.
“But why do people actually give a f**k what I say?” she added. She also reminded her Twitter followers about the positive things she has done to dispel social media trolls.
“That one time I started my own charity providing mental health care for people who can’t afford it and this is what you all talk about,” Lovato said.
“And people wonder what’s wrong with the world. Pay more attention to good than bad,” she added.
“I love my Lovatics too much... To leave them over some lame haters.. What was I thinking?!,” she added.
Fan furore began when Lovato commented on an Instagram meme comparing Carey to Ariana
Grande, with caption, “When you order it online vs when it arrives”, which suggested the user felt Grande cannot match up to Carey following which the singer quit social media. Ians