Demi Lovato Denies Dissing Ariana Grande At MLB All-Star Performance; Singer Asks Haters To Stop The Bullsh*t

By Bindhu Mol. G | 1 year ago
Demi Lovato Denies Dissing Ariana Grande At MLB All-Star Performance; Singer Asks Haters To Stop The Bullsh*t

Demi Lovato denied dissing Ariana Grande when she performed the classic song “Made In The USA” during her MLB All-Star performance. The “Cool For The Summer” singer said she did not throw shade at Ariana who made anti-America remarks saying, “I hate America” before dropping out of the concert. Read on for more details.

According to Hollywood Life, the 22-year-old singer/actress chose to sing the classic song, “Made In The USA,” while performing at the 2015 MLB All-Star Week concert in Cincinnati on July 11, 2015. However, it made the fans spread the rumors that Lovato was taking a dig at Grande who dropped out of the performance after saying “I hate America” in a viral donut-licking video.


Lovato, who replaced Grande at the event after she dropped out of the concert, was enraged about the diss rumors. She was not pleased with the fans accusing her of shading the younger singer.

When some fans accused that Lovato was dissing the “Love Me He Harder” singer Grande by showing her American pride, the former Disney star was very quick to fire back by tweeting after the concert.

“Didn’t get to sing Made in the USA on the 4th because I was singing #COOLFORTHESUMMER. No shade — stop the bulls–t,” Lovato said in her tweet.

“I know it’s a little late, but I didn’t get to sing this song on the fourth,” Lovato also tweeted the exact words she uttered on the concert before she performed the song.

“ALSO – I ALWAYS ask that when I sing a song. Can’t y’all let a girl shine for one night? Smh,” Lovato added.

The source reported that Grande has even apologized twice for the incident. The source also reported that she actually dropped out of the concert due to last minute emergency oral surgery.

Some fans misinterpreted Lovato’s intentions after Grande was caught on tape saying, “I hate America.” Actually, Lovato just wanted to show her American pride. It is good that there is actually no bad blood between the two talented singers.

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Photo Source: Facebook/ Demi Lovato