Demi Lovato Rants on Twitter — And Then Deletes the Messages?!
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Demi Lovato Rants on Twitter — And Then Deletes the Messages?!

Demi Lovato’s had just about enough of the paparazzi. Girlfriend's so frustrated she took to Twitter to vent her frustration. Although there’s no longer any trace of the tweets on Dems’ account, the gist of the conversation was captured in images purported to be screenshots of the singer’s rant (we can’t say for sure whether they’re real or Photoshopped).

“Completely and utterly disgusted at the absolute lack of any privacy or respect whatsoever in this world today. None. So disappointed,” Demi supposedly began.

She also reportedly called “the entitlement that society has” over artists’ lives “PATHETIC” and added, “Artists don’t owe anyone ANYTHING.”

Her parting thought: “I don’t do this for money. In fact, I’d give back all the money in the world I’ve ever made if I could buy my privacy back.”

Demi Lovato Rants on Twitter — And Then Deletes the Messages?!
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So what brought on this Twitter storm? Perhaps it’s the recent surge in paparazzi hovering around her close friends, the Kardashian Krew.

In the wake of North West’s birth on June 15, media attention to the already popular family has spiked. Just the other day former X Factor co-host Khloe Kardashian said 14 cars were following her as she drove around town! Hubby Lamar Odom wasn’t so patient, confronting a paparazzo face-to-face, the same, um, strategy Kim’s baby daddy Kanye West took at the airport.

Or perhaps Dems is upset over new information surfacing about her love life. The pop princess aims to keep her romances private — hard to do when your dating pool consists of the equally famous Jones Brothers and Wilmer Valderrama.

Whatever got Demi so upset, we feel for you, girl. At the end of a long week the last thing we want is to be photographed.

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07.12.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Elisabeth Kramer
Related: The X Factor, Demi Lovato, Khloe Kardashian

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