AceShowbiz - %cDemi Lovato% took to Twitter on Thursday, June 23 to blast media for too much celebrity coverage. The "Cool for the Summer" hitmaker previously promised to be "more honest than ever" following a brief social media hiatus.
"The world is weird," Demi wrote, "I bet our country knows more about celebrities than they know about what's happening over seas or global warming. We complain about how unfair paparazzi and tabloid rumors are but still buy the magazines to find out who's f**king who and who wore it best."
The "Heart Attack" songstress then posted a poll about "How many people can name someone on the FBI's top 10 most wanted list". The most popular answer is "can name all [Justin] Biebers exes."
How many people can name someone on the FBI's top 10 most wanted list— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) June 23, 2016
Demi added, "Is it our fault though? Has society fed into it or is this just easy business with everyone from blogs to magazines trying to cash in? Who's fault is it that teens can name more celebrity feuds than wars?"
Demi's rant received mixed responses from her followers. One follower commented, "@ddlovato When was the last time you tweeted about anything real or serious? Use social media to teach your millions of followers something." A second user posted, "@ddlovato knowing one person from the FBI most wanted list doesn't make you culturally or socially aware either. Try better." Another follower, meanwhile, supported the singer, writing, "@ddlovato queen of noticing things."