Demi Lovato is taking another break from Twitter after the backlash she faced during the Super Bowl. During the horrendously boring game, the singer said the most entertaining part of it was the memes about rapper 21 Savage. Savage was unexpectedly arrested by ICE last week and might possible face deportation. Much to everyone's surprise, he's from the UK, and his visa apparently expired in 2006.
Fans didn't like that Lovato was making fun of someone else's immigration status, although others came to her defense. Either way, it was enough to drive her off the social media platform altogether.
Demi Lovato deleted her Twitter account due to the backlash she faced about a 21 Savage comment.
As of right now, you'll only see a blue screen when you go to Demi Lovato's Twitter. She deleted it after she got backlash for tweeting about 21 Savage.
Lovato tweeted that memes about 21 Savage were the best part about the ultimately boring Super Bowl.
I guess she wasn't a fan of Adam Levine taking off his strange, upholstery-inspired tank top. During the Super Bowl, Lovato tweeted, "So far 21 savage memes have been my favorite part of the Super Bowl."
Lovato was quick to try to correct herself.
Lovato must have predicted the backlash that tweet was about to earn her. She followed up with a picture of one of the memes she was laughing at to make it clear she wasn't directly laughing at 21's possible deportation.
In response to Lovato's tweet, people began to comment on her sobriety (not cool).
The criticism she received was downright cruel. People made fun of Lovato for her sobriety. She tried to defend herself with a tweet, saying that people should be "original" and not attack her with her drug references. It didn't work.
Lovato just celebrated being six months sober last month following a near-fatal overdose.
In the end, Lovato tweeted, "F*ck Twitter."
Before deleting her Twitter, Lovato wrote, "This is why I don't tweet anymore."