“Completely and utterly disgusted at the absolute lack of any privacy or respect whatsoever in this world today. None. So disappointed. Artists don’t owe anyone ANYTHING. We choose to be open and honest in our music with others. Yet this is how we are thanked? The entitlement that society has today over the lives of artists today is absolutely PATHETIC. I don’t do this for money. In fact, I’d give back all the money in the world I’ve ever made if I could buy my privacy back.”–Demi Lovato taking to Twitter to vent her frustration–but quickly deleted the rant.
I’m usually totes on board with whatever D is doing, but I’m having a hard time drumming up sympathy for someone who chose to be a celebrity and who then chose again to return to the spotlight after a long hiatus.
Here’s the thing with being a star, darlings: you may not have to worry about things like paying your bills, but the trade-off is your privacy. If you don’t like it and prefer obscurity, I’m sure you can find another job. Otherwise, stop complaining, mmmkay, darling?
Are you as irked as I am to hear Demi complain about her life of fame, fortune and privilege while so many Americans are struggling just to make ends meet? Sound off in the comments, minions…XOXO.
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