On Twitter, the pop singer mentioned “[her] coronary heart is damaged” and that “I’m within the studio engaged on one thing particular after in the present day’s assault on democracy”.
“It makes me to unhappy to imagine how naive I used to be to suppose this couldn’t probably occur, and but it did. Right here we’re,” Lovato wrote.
“For everybody in my feedback saying “the place’s d7” or wanting me to sing as an alternative of talking up about what wants to alter on this nation… THIS IS WHY I POST AS MUCH AS I DO. THIS IS WHY I CARE. THIS CANNOT HAPPEN ANY FUCKING MORE.”
THIS IS WHY I POST AS MUCH AS I DO. THIS IS WHY I CARE. THIS CANNOT HAPPEN ANY FUCKING MORE. I’m offended, embarrassed and ashamed.
I’m within the studio engaged on one thing particular after in the present day’s assault on democracy.#impeachtrumptonight
— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) January 7, 2021
This wouldn’t be the primary time Lovato has launched music in response to US politics and Donald Trump’s administration, having shared her damning single ‘Commander In Chief’ within the lead-up to the November election. Lovato, who co-wrote the monitor with Finneas, carried out it dwell on the 2020 Billboard Music Awards.
“I actually don’t care if this ruins my profession. This isn’t about that. My profession isn’t about that,” she mentioned in defense of the song.
“I made a chunk of artwork that stands for one thing I imagine in. And I’m placing it out even on the danger of dropping followers. I’ll take integrity in my work over gross sales any day.”
CNN has reported in the present day (January 7) that the US Capitol has been secured after protestors breached safety and clashed with police. 4 folks have been reported useless, together with one girl who was fatally shot within the chest on Capitol grounds.
Earlier this week, Lovato’s supervisor Scooter Braun tweeted that the singer was back in the studio recording. Her final full-length launch was 2017’s ‘Inform Me You Love Me’, however she has additionally since launched collaborative singles with Marshmello, Sam Smith and All Time Low.