Demi Lovato, Kathy Griffin

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Demi Lovato and Kathy Griffin's feud appears to be over.

The "Neon Lights" singer took to Twitter to apologize to the comedian and also to tell her fans to "chill" after they aimed a series of death threats at the fiery redhead.

" no one should ever wish those things upon ANYONE. I apologize on others behalf. I do NOT approve of that at all. Sorry 4 that," the Texas native wrote.

It all began when the 53-year-old was asked during a Twitter chat to share the "biggest douche celebrity" she has ever met and Griffin didn't hold back while candidly sharing her response.

"Probably [Demi] Lovato," Griffin wrote (the tweet has since been deleted), and she even accidentally called the singer "Debbie" before adding, "Plus she should calm the f down bout Lady Gaga gettin barfed on."

Naturally, the 21-year-old pop star caught wind of this comment and added a Twitpic along with the caption, "Only a 'douche' to people I can't stand."

The Grammy and Emmy winner, who found the post hilarious (and has since deleted her reaction tweet), continued to retweet various Twitter threats from Demi's loyal Lovatics.

But these harsh words didn't sit well with Lovato, and she promptly addressed the unnecessary backlash in a lengthy post.

"I love you guys so much but y'all gotta chill with sending hate towards other people," she said. "Regardless of what they say or do.. The cruel things some of you are saying can really, REALLY hurt people. It's called cyber-bullying and somethings should NEVER be wished upon EVER. No matter WHAT."

She continued: "Be an example for other haters. I know my #Lovatics are better than that. I really appreciate you guys always having my back but this is going way too far."

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