In light of Kanye West's recent Twitter tirade against members of his family, many celebrities have spoken out about the matter by asking their fans to take the situation seriously. Demi Lovato seemingly spoke out on the subject by highlighting one thing that people should keep in mind when it comes to celebrities. On Twitter, she wrote that everyone should keep in mind that they have no idea "what some celebrities are going thru." While she did not directly mention West in her post, her message did come amidst this latest issue concerning the rapper and his well-being.
Lovato began her message by writing that she thought it was wild that people think they know what kind of struggles that celebrities may be going through. She went on to urge people to "take a step back" so that they can realize that they don't know everything about someone because they "watch them on tv." It's unclear what her post was about exactly. But, it does come as many have voiced their concerns for West following his inflammatory Twitter spree in which he took aim at both his wife, Kim Kardashian, and his mother-in-law, Kris Jenner.
It’s also amazing to me that people really think they actually know what some celebrities are going thru. Maybe take a step back and remember you don’t know everything about everyone even if you do watch them on tv— Team Demi (@ddlovato) July 21, 2020
On Monday evening, West shocked Twitter by writing more than a few bizarre tweets directed towards Kardashian and Jenner. He claimed that his wife sought out the help of a doctor to commit him. The rapper event wrote that if he were "locked up like [Nelson] Mandela," then everyone would know why. West also claimed that Jenner is no longer allowed to see the four children that he shares with Kardashian. He also included a screenshot of a text message that he sent to Jenner in which he asked her whether she was ready to talk about the situation.
West ended his series of tweets by writing that he was going to "focus on the music now." His comments came one day after he held his first campaign rally in South Carolina following his announcement that he was running for President of the United States. During the rally, he not only made outrageous claims about Harriet Tubman, but he also shared that he and Kardashian considered abortion when they found out that they were expecting their first child.