On Monday night, Demi Lovato got fed up with humanity and announced she's quitting Twitter and Instagram. But you can still follow the singer on Snapchat, where she will happily not have to put up with any comments from the internet peanut gallery.
She tweeted: "I like snapchat cause I don't have to see what some of y'all say. Follow me if you want: the ddlovato."
But before quitting altogether, she had a few more things to say. She pointed out that she started a charity to provide mental health care to people who can't afford it, but implied that people on social media don't seem to want to talk about stuff like that.
Then she wondered why anyone actually cares about what she says, which is not a bad point. Sure, she's a famous performer, and therefore has a ton of fans on social media, but that doesn't necessarily mean she wants everything she does or says dissected, analyzed, and argued ad nauseum.
She advises people to "pay more attention to good than bad," but GOOD LUCK WITH THAT, INTERNET.
Girl has not been having the best month. Last week she and Wilmer "That '70s Show" Valderrama split up after six years together. She says she's quitting Instagram and Twitter, but who knows.
She didn't delete her accounts, and the Siren song of Twitter is so very strong. After all, where else can a celebrity easily read what every troll living in his mom's basement all around the world has to say about her?