News flash: If you burn bridges with Demi Lovato, she won't be afraid to publicly shame you. She did exactly that onstage at one of her concerts recently, when the singer dedicated her song "Sorry Not Sorry" to one of her most notorious haters, Perez Hilton.
The two have a long history of bad blood, engaging in back-and-forth social media fighting in the past (remember in July 2016 when Lovato and Hilton fought it out over some petty Instagram memes)? Clearly, the tension is still alive and well — but Hilton may be taking it too far with his response to the latest dig.
But what was even more concerning was Hilton's choice to bring up Lovato's mental health and past addictions for no reason at all. "In all seriousness, Demi Lovato has a lot of issues," he said.
"From her bipolar issue, to her addiction issue, substance abuse, food issues, to her place in Hollywood... " he listed off.
There was literally no need to bring up her past, and the way he said it seemed like a nasty way to bring her down. Shaming people for their mental health is never OK, point blank.