Demi Lovato Gives Social Media A Break, Stone-Cold Quits Twitter And Instagram

"Damn I gotta quit sayin sh*t."
Singer Demi Lovato on May 14, 2016, in Carson, California.
Singer Demi Lovato on May 14, 2016, in Carson, California.

Just a few days after unnecessarily inserting herself into Mariah Carey and J.Lo's years-long feud, Demi Lovato is quitting Twitter and Instagram.

The 23-year-old "Cool for the Summer" singer made the announcement on Monday via (what else) social media:

Lovato made one social media caveat in her quitting spree, telling fans that she would stay on Snapchat "cause I don't have to see what some of y'all say." 

But her tweetstorm didn't end there -- the singer expressed her frustration at the negative comments she receives.

It's unclear if Lovato's team will continue posting to her accounts in order to promote her upcoming tour with Nick Jonas. The most recent post on her Instagram, a few hours after the tweetstorm, simply advertised her skincare line, Devonne by Demi.

Lovato has had a rough few weeks, ending her six-year relationship with "That '70s Show" actor Wilmer Valderrama in early June and, just a few days before, mourning the loss of her great-grandmother.

Hopefully, a break from social will be just what the singer needs. 



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