Demi Lovato

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Once again, Demi Lovato is proving that she's wise beyond her years.

The "Skyscraper" singer took to Twitter on Tuesday night to shut down a tweeter who called the singer a "fatty," encouraging her followers to fight back at bullies with a little bit of love.

"Dear haters, you don't have to like me cause I love you. Everyone's equal, everyone has a soul and everyone deserves to be loved," the 21-year-old beauty tweeted, adding a heart emoji to her heartfelt post. "Dear Lovatics, for every hater tweet - don't respond with hate but love and positivity.. Try love instead of combat."

She then practiced what she preached when one of her followers called her a "fatty," retweeting the tweet before telling the tweeter "you are beautiful."

Talk about spreading positivity!

While Demi kept her cool when she found herself as the subject of the hateful message, the singer didn't have quite the same kind words to say after the Daily Beast published an unflattering article about her beau Wilmer Valderrama.

The article, titled, "Why Women Want Hollywood Lothario Wilmer Valderrama," referenced the alleged leaked bedroom photos of Lovato and Valderrama and suggested that his career could get a boost from the leak. "Wilmer Valderrama's so culturally irrelevant, the commodification of his young girlfriend's body has nudged him and his playboy ways back into the current celebrity conversation," wrote the Daily Beast blogger.

The post went on to call Valderrama's career "modest" at best and says he relies on dating beautiful Hollywood stars to stay relevant because his personality is lacking in appeal.

"@thedailybeast such a classy ‘news site' you are," Lovato wrote on Wednesday. "Writing horrible things about people you know NOTHING about. Get a LIFE you ignorant f--ks."

Bottom line: Don't mess with Demi.

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