Singer Demi Lovato took to Twitter Friday to inform her followers to not imagine the tabloids and she’s going to inform her story when she is prepared.
Lovato, 26, needed to set the document straight on her well being and restoration after a stint in rehab this summer season. The “Sorry Not Sorry” singer entered rehab in August after she practically died from a drug overdose in July.
Lovato thanked her followers on Friday whereas blasting “tabloids” for making up “stuff to promote a narrative.”
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“I really like my followers, and hate tabloids,” she tweeted. “Don’t imagine what you learn.”
The singer requested others to understand her privateness as she recovered.
“If I really feel just like the world must know one thing, I’ll inform them MYSELF,” Lovato tweeted. “In any other case individuals cease writing about my restoration, as a result of it’s nobody enterprise however mine. I’m sober and grateful to be alive and taking good care of me.”
Lovato tweeted that she’s going to in the future say “what precisely occurred” however she nonetheless wanted “time to heal.” She identified that the “sources” talking about her restoration to media retailers had been “flawed” and “inaccurate.”
“I’d like to set the document straight on all of the rumors on the market however I actually don’t owe anybody something so I’m not going to. All my followers must know is I’m working exhausting on myself, I’m completely satisfied and clear and I’m SO grateful for his or her assist,” she tweeted.
She concluded her message by thanking her followers and household.
The “Assured” singer has been quiet on social media following her overdose however broke her silence by urging her followers to vote in November’s midterm elections and saying Christina Aguilera’s track that includes her, “Fall in Line” was nominated for a Grammy Award.
Fox Information’ Jennifer Earl contributed to this report.