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Demi Lovato made good on her promise to return to Twitter "more honest than ever" following a brief hiatus.
The 23-year-old pop star had quit the social network Monday afternoon, saying she likes Snapchat" because she doesn't "have to see what some of y'all say." She had also vowed to quit Instagram. Lovato returned to Twitter exactly 24 hours later, promising she is "coming back more honest than ever." She also continues to post on Instagram.
On Tuesday, Lovato said on Twitter she loves her fans too much to "leave them over some lame ass haters." She has since also used the network to continue to promote her and Nick Jonas' joint tour.
But on Thursday, she unleashed the fury, or rather, a rant about the popularity of celebrity news.
"The world is weird," she 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. (sic)"
Lovato has in the past ranted on Twitter against celebrity news outlets and their stories about her but has also used the social network to promote content on her on other sites.
During her Twitter rant, she also posted a poll with the question, "How many people can name someone on the FBI's top 10 most wanted list?" The most popular answer, as of Thursday afternoon, with a slight lead, was "Can name all Biebers exes."
"Is it our fault though?" Lovato asked. "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? (sic)"
Her rant received mixed responses from followers.
"@ddlovato WHY ARE YOU BEING SO F--ING NEGATIVE AND ANNOYING. I WANT TO REFUND MY MEET AND GREET," one person wrote.
"@ddlovato omg go write a good song and stop saying s--t on Twitter," another person said.
"You have no f--king idea how much I just wanna sit down w you and discuss this s--t," a third person wrote. "Bc girl you are spot on. So proud right now!"