Demi Lovato is being called out by an angry fan who slammed her as “f****** rude” and a “class A b****” after a bad meet and greet experience.
The fan took to social media to share their Demi meet and greet story this week, where they claimed that Lovato hardly looked at her and barely spoke during their pre-concert meeting earlier this month.
Twitter account @MusicFactsShady posted screen shots from the fan’s meet and greet confession on the social media site, where the Twitter user retold her bad meeting with the “Cool For The Summer” singer.
“Let’s start out by saying Demi was a class A b**** and extremely rude,” the fan tweeted alongside her meet and greet photo with Lovato.
The Demi fan then went on to claim that Lovato “barely said hi” as she approached her during the meeting and allegedly already had her arm out to quickly take a snap when she approached the popstar.
According to the concertgoer, she then asked for another photo with Lovato, to which Demi supposedly murmured “mhm” without even turning to look at her.
“She looked at me for an entire.1 seconds the entire time,” the Demi fan then admitted in her meet and greet retelling, once again blasting Lovato as being “so f****** rude” during their short interaction.
“This ruined Demi for me,” the Lovato fan continued. “Other people had the same experience I had and even if she was just in a bad mood, she should push through it for her fans [who] paid so much to meet her.”
The fan then clarified her comments on social media, tweeting out after a slew of Twitter users reacted to her story, “Let’s get 1 thing straight, I like Demi. Always have. But the way she was in MY m&g was just not the way I thought she’d be.”
Demi Lovato is yet to respond to the fan’s pretty scathing claims, though this isn’t the first time Lovato has been accused of not paying attention to fans during meet and greet sessions.
Just last year, another Demi fan posted a candid message about their bad meet and greet experience with Lovato on Instagram, claiming that Lovato paid little attention to her fans and even hit her head against the wall “in relief” after the session was over.
According to NME, the fan, who identified himself as Josh Helfgott, accused Lovato of not paying attention and not speaking to her fans during a November 2015 meeting, claiming that she barely spoke to any of the fans who had waited hours in the rain to meet her.
Dear @ddlovato , Thanks for taking the time to meet me and my friend Carissa in Seattle. Thanks for not looking us in the eye, asking our names, or saying two words to us. Thank your team for forcing the 15 year old girl, who traveled alone to meet you, to squeeze on the side of another group’s picture. And thanks for keeping your jacket on for photos while your team collected the wet jackets of fans who waited in the rain to meet you. Sorry I am being passive aggressive. I’m angry. I’m angry because I assumed you were in a big hurry – that’s the only reason you would pay no attention to all of your fans, even though we all spent a lot of time waiting to meet you. I even flew across the country. You had to be in a hurry, scrunching 200 fans into 15 minutes. There’s no way, I figured. But as I walked out of the room, I saw you slam your head back against the wall in relief – we were your last picture. Meeting your fans was over. You didn’t run out – you stood there. This isn’t my first meet and greet. I’ve waited in the rain and snow many times for rushed moments and quick pictures. Kelly Clarkson’s was rushed, same style as yours – run us through a line for photos – but she asked for our names and even asked to wear my “Work Bitch” (Britney!) hat in the photo. It took 5 seconds, I was happy. Britney Spears did group photos, same as you. She even surprised us with that fact, same as you. But when my group went in to meet her, it wasn’t a photo. It was a meeting. She spent 10 minutes with our group, she heard all our stories, told us her own, and gave us M&Ms. And I’m not even going to bring up Taylor Swift because that’s going to take us into unrealistic territory, People have bad days, but you didn’t seem to be having one. It’s not fair for me to say. You could’ve been tired. I know I was. As I watched you perform about two hours later at the radio station’s concert, I felt angry at myself. You were in a great mood – greeting the crowd, covering Adele’s new song, and thanking radio for playing your songs. I just wanted you to thank your fans. Disappointed, Josh #demilovato #demi #kissfmfallball #taylorswift #britneyspears #meetandgreet
“Thanks for not looking us in the eye, asking our names, or saying two words to us,” John told Demi on Instagram. “I’m angry. I’m angry because I assumed you were in a big hurry – that’s the only reason you would pay no attention to all of your fans, even though we all spent a lot of time waiting to meet you.”
“As I walked out of the room,” John continued to Lovato, “I saw you slam your head back against the wall in relief – we were your last picture. Meeting your fans was over. You didn’t run out – you stood there.”
“People have bad days, but you didn’t seem to be having one,” he added, admitting that other stars like Kelly Clarkson and Britney Spears spent much more time with their biggest fans during his past celebrity meetings. “I just wanted you to thank your fans. Disappointed.”
What do you think of the fan’s claims that Demi was a “class A b****” and “rude” during her meet and greet session?
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