Demi Lovato stepped out in public once again this weekend. The 26-year-old is getting her life back on track following an overdose and stint in rehab. However, recently she hit back at haters on social media showing she still has her feisty personality. RadarOnline.com has all the details – click through for more.
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Lovato was spotted going out with friends in Los Angeles this weekend after her recent rehab release.
She dressed casually in black denim jeans, a distressed grey t-shirt with white sneakers.
Lovato seemed in good spirits as she laughed with her friends, however, she went on the attack slamming some haters on social media.
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The 'Sorry Not Sorry' singer took to her Instagram recently to hit back at one fan who blasted her team for not having her back.
The fan wrote: 'The demi team is so rotten and she does not realize it, needs a total change, mainly from dancer pretending to be friends like @d...... and others......(sic).'
However, this did not go down well with Lovato as she replied: 'You have no idea what you're talking about,' insisted the pop princess - a second cryptic response read 'true friends don't do interviews about you when you OD.'
This comment has led many to speculate which former friends the star was referring about. Her former former backup dancer, Dani Vitale, went public claiming that she was not involved with Lovato's overdose while ex-trainer Danielle Martin was axed from her team after voicing her concerns about her famous client.
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