Demi Lovato, Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez

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It's a battle of the Lovatics vs. the Lambs!

Demi Lovato reportedly slammed Mariah Carey in a series of comments (that have since been deleted) on a celebrity gossip account, The Art of Shade, late Thursday, coming to the defense of Jennifer Lopez.

The post compared Ariana Grande to Mariah, claiming the former Nickelodeon star is a lesser version of the 46-year-old singer. Demi commented, saying, "You got it the wrong way around honey," before bringing up Mariah and J.Lo's decades-long feud that has recently resurfaced in the media.

"Mariah is a legend and so talented but constantly disses people. It's nasty the way she treats Jennifer," Demi continued. "Ari did nothing wrong."

When Mariah's "lambs" began lashing out at Demi, she explained further, "This is why I posted what I did. Jen keeps it classy but I'm not afraid to say s--t. The woman is mean for no reason."

She added,"Extremely talented? Yes. Superhuman? Possibly. Unnecessarily rude? Absolutely."

Demi Lovato, Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez Twitter Comments


Demi Lovato, Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez Twitter Comments


Demi's alleged comments surround the on-going feud between Mariah and J.Lo that started back in the 2000s when Mimi told a few members of the paparazzi that she "didn't know"who the Latina singer was.

It was reignited again in March when Mariah was asked about Lopez by photographers, and she laughed, "I still don't know her!"

However, she clarified her comments during an interview with Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live last month.  "That was so long ago," she said. "I can't believe people still make such a big deal out of it." 

She added, "Apparently, I am forgetful. It wasn't like I don't know who she is—of course I do. That's not the question."

When Cohen asked her if she thinks J.Lo is cool, Mimi responded, point-blank, "I don't know her. What am I supposed to say? I'm not going to put on a thing like we're all Hollywood and let's pretend we're best friends."

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