Demi Lovato just dragged the shit out of that overgrown hamster Perez Hilton, and I think he’s dead now
Queen of giving a fuck!
Demi Lovato gets bullied a lot. It's a sad but permanent fact of our current pop music climate, like Taylor Swift's bottomless supply of pettiness or Rita Ora's very existence.
But Demi got a little bit of sweet revenge at a recent concert when she got to sing her hit song Sorry Not Sorry in front of a man she called "one of USA's most notorious bullies."
Donald Trump? No, that would be fucking psychotic. The tweets are actually about Shit-Talker-in-Chief Perez Hilton, a man who literally got famous from being mean online. PopCrave actually managed to dig up a picture of Hilton in the audience, which totally seals the deal.
Demi said she wasn't going to name him because "he doesn't deserve the relevance that he doesn't have anymore" which is, frankly, a very sick burn. I kind of thought he was dead until I saw these tweets.
Hilton even posted a YouTube video in response to Demi's tweets. "Is Demi Lovato a bully?" he asks in the video. My answer? Who the fuck cares. The world is on fire. But anything for clout, I guess.
Related stories recommended by this writer:
Aziz Ansari talks about the sexual misconduct allegations against him for the first time
‘I hope I’ve become a better person’
In a gig on Monday night, Aziz Ansari talked for the first time about the allegations of sexual misconduct made against him last year. During a massively oversubscribed gig at Village Underground in New York, Ansari said he hopes he has "become a better person." Vulture first reported the comments. The site said Ansari led…
Instagram now tells people when you screenshot, so just throw away your whole damn phone
Who thought this was a good idea!?
by Caroline Phinney
Lately, Instagram has sucked for a lot of reasons: posts are no longer in chronological order, influencers are reportedly being screwed out of money, and now, on top of everything else, Instagram alerts someone when you take a screenshot. Is nothing sacred?! Long gone are the days of snapping pics of your ‘friends’ and then…
People are slamming Bumble for an ‘abusive’ ad campaign involving painting endangered elephants
“No one should even consider climbing on an elephant’s back”
by Nian Hu
Bumble recently launched in India and celebrated with a launch party at City Palace in Jaipur. Instagram posts and stories reveal that the CEO Whiteny Wolfe Herd and various celebrities were in attendance. Several photos of the event show elephants being ridden with the Bumble logo painted on their faces. According to PETA Executive Vice…