Demi Lovato has “quit” social media

The 23-year-old singer songwriter 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" what she has to say.

She wrote on Twitter: "Damn I gotta quit sayin s**t. Bye Twitter. And insta. I like snapchat cause I don't have to see what some of y'all say. Follow me if you want: theddlovato

"But why do people actually give a f**k what I say?? like if you don't care the gtfo haha (sic)."

And the brunette beauty continued to remind her 36.6 million followers about the positive things she has done to dispel social media trolls.

She continued: "That one time I started my own charity providing mental health care for people who can't afford it and this is what y'all talk about

"And people wonder what's wrong with the world. Pay more attention to good than bad. (sic)."

Although the former 'Camp Rock' actress plans to ditch both sites she has yet to announce an official date she will sign off from using Twitter and Instagram.

Meanwhile, the American star concluded her Twitter rant by sharing a video of her 'Stone Cold' music video with her fans and posting an image of herself from the Devonne by Demi campaign on her Instagram account.

The post, which captured her spraying a body mist from her beauty line onto her face, said: "One day, my mom came home from the spa and I saw how her skin was glowing and how visibly relaxed she was... That image stuck with me and inspired me to develop@devonnebydemi I hope you all have been enjoying my products as much I do! And if you haven't tried it yet, now's the time! Link in bio. (sic)."


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