Cruel For The Summer.
Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato have buried the hatchet.
The two pop titans’ fanbases were at each others’ throats for various years – mostly because Demi is v v outspoken. Life has a funny way of correcting course because despite past riffs, Lovato and Swift want you to know there’s no bad blood.
On the night of the VMAs, Lovato posted she didn’t attend the awards show for a good reason. Swifties automatically assumed she was referencing Swift’s Video of the Year award win, though Lovato was quick to slam that. She was referring to her upcoming role in the final season of Will & Grace.
Swifties, who are as aggressive as the Beehive (EXTREME), didn’t buy it. They continued to infiltrate Lovato’s social media accounts, so instead of fighting back, because no one wins here, Lovato presented a digital olive branch. She stanned “Cruel Summer” off Taylor’s No. 1 album, Lover.
“Life’s too short for women to not support other women.. especially when women release great music,” she wrote. “Great job.”
Swift responded by reposting the story with the caption: “This is so awesome & put the biggest smile on my face. Thank you.”
In 2016, Lovato dragged Swift for not publicly speaking out about Kesha’s sexual assault lawsuit, though she donated $250,000 to Kesha’s legal fees.
“Take something to Capitol Hill or actually speak out about something and then I’ll be impressed,” Lovato wrote on Twitter back in 2016.
“I’m just tired of seeing women use ‘women empowerment’ and ‘feminism’ to further brands without actually being the ones that have the uncomfortable conversations,” she added.
She also dragged “Bad Blood.”
This year, Lovato sided with manager Scooter Braun following the news that he purchased Swift’s masters.
The peace is restored.