Demi Lovato Slams Tabloids, Says She Needs 'Time To Heal' Before Opening Up About Her Overdose

Demi Lovato Slams Tabloids, Says She Needs 'Time To Heal' Before Opening Up About Her Overdose
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The singer has really been through a lot and after her reported near-death experience, Demi Lovato is just very happy to be alive. That being said, she is not yet ready to open up about the whole thing as, she says she still needs some ‘time to heal!’

Demi took to social media yesterday to slam all of the reports about her health just weeks after her rehab stint.

As fans remember, the star suffered an alleged overdose back in July that almost killed her!

She started by telling her loyal followers that she loves them very much and that she feels the exact opposite about tabloids, telling her fans they should not believe everything they read.

‘People will make up stuff just to sell a story. Sickening. If I feel like the world needs to know anything [about me], I will tell them MYSELF. Otherwise, people should stop writing about my recovery because it is nobody's business but mine. I'm sober and grateful to be alive and taking care of ME,’ Demi went on to write.

In another tweet, the singer promised that ‘Someday I will tell the world what happened, why it happened and what my life's like today.. but until I am ready to share that, please stop prying and making s**t up you know nothing about. I need space and time to heal.’

While the celeb did not mention what outlets she was slamming exactly, previously, Demi has defended those close to her from the fans, claiming that the ‘sources’ supposedly spilling her secrets to the media were not actually real since everything that has been reported about Demi’s life is ‘soooooo inaccurate.’

Finally, Lovato said she’d appreciate if the rumors about her would stop as all she wants people to know at this point is that she is clean, happy and working on herself.

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