She’s notoriously honest about her fellow celebrities, but Demi Lovato’s latest comments have landed her in hot water.
In a new interview with Glamour magazine The Confident singer slammed Taylor Swift (again!) when she was asked about feminism.
“I’m not afraid to talk about the fact that women get paid less than men in the United States," she told the publication.
“And I think every woman does her part in some way. But I think in certain situations, certain people could be doing more if they’re going to claim that as part of their brand.”
“To be honest, and this will probably get me in trouble, I don’t see anybody in any sort of squad that has a normal body. It’s kind of this false image of what people should look like. And what they should be like, and it’s not real," Demi continued.
When further probed on her thoughts on Tay's squad, she explained: “It’s not realistic. And I think that having a song about tearing Katy Perry down, that’s not women’s empowerment.”
Taylor Swift’s song Bad Blood was reportedly written about former friend Katy.
However, last year Taylor told GQ that the song "doesn’t point to any one person."
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Former Disney star Demi, 24, also slammed Taylor earlier this year for donating $USD250,000 to Kesha during her sexual assault case against music producer Dr. Luke instead of “taking something to Capitol Hill."
She also recently liked a tweet that read "I love Kim Kardashian" during the Kimye vs. Taylor feud.
Just hours after the interview was released, Demi shocked fans by announcing she would be stepping out of the spotlight and social media.
“So excited for 2017. Taking a break from music and the spotlight.. I am not meant for this business and the media," she tweeted.
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Demi then explained her decision further in response to a fan, saying: “Dunno. It doesn’t feel worth it anymore. I’d rather do charity work tbh."
But she is standing by her original comments, stating that while they can be “taken out of context” she is “not apologising."