After news of the Capitol Hill rioters hit nationwide headlines in Washington, DC on Wednesday, singer Demi Lovato tweeted that she was “in” the studio is working on after today’s attack on democracy something special ”and contained the hashtag“ #impeachtrumptonight ””

Lovato posted a screenshot of a tweet from the official Black Lives Matter Twitter page that said, “So we’re all going to act like it’s okay for white people to storm the Capitol without a response from the police”But when we protested to save our damn life, the police knocked the S * $ T out of us. Come on”

My heart is broken It makes me too sad to believe how naive I was to believe that this couldn’t possibly happen and yet it did. Here we are For anyone in my comments who say “where is d7” or want to that I sing instead of talking about what needs to change in this country ImageTwittercom / md5XPFmj2B

Protests broke out in the United States after the death of George Floyd and many demonstrators faced police violence

In response to the organization’s tweet, she said, “My heart is broken. It makes me [too] sad to believe how naive I was to believe this couldn’t possibly happen and yet Here we are” you stated in the tweet that many of her fans were asking about her new album and she received several replies that she should stick to singing “instead of talking about what needs to change in this country”

She followed up on the tweet and wrote, “That’s why I post as much as I do. That’s why I worry THAT CANNOT HAPPEN F – KING I am angry, embarrassed and ashamed. I’m in the studio working on something special Following today’s attack on democracy, the tweet quickly went viral and has risen to over 27 years000 likes and 18000 retweets

THAT’S WHY I POST SO MUCH That’s why I worry THIS DAMN MORE CANNOT HAPPEN I’m angry, embarrassed and ashamed

The former Disney Channel star received mostly negative responses to her tweet Many told her to find more tangible ways to make change happen. “Open [your] wallet,” replied many of her followers to her tweet, suggesting that she should donate money

Memes and jokes were later shared at Demi’s expense. A Twitter user tweeted a video clip from the Real Housewives of New Jersey in which Gia Giudice sang a special song she wrote for her younger sister Milania at her birthday party has

Lovato is no stranger to publicly denouncing President Donald Trump and his administration. In October 2020, she released a song called “Commander in Chief,” in which she sings, “When I’ve done the things you do / I could not sleep / Seriously, do you even know the truth? / We are in a state of crisis, people are dying / While you line your pockets deeply ”

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World News – AU – Demi Lovato faced a backlash after tweeting that she was working on something special in response to the unrest at the Capitol