Fans Accuse Demi Lovato of Making DMX’s Condition about Herself, Drag Her on Social Media

Fans Accuse Demi Lovato of Making DMX’s Condition about Herself, Drag Her on Social Media

- Demi Lovato has been slammed on social media for allegedly making DMX's overdose situation about herself

- Demi Lovato spoke to TMZ Live about DMX's condition and shared that it's been giving her "survivor's guilt"

- The Dancing With The Devil singer was asked for her views because she also nearly died from drugs in 2018

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Demi Lovato has been dragged on social media after sharing her thoughts on the news of DMX's drug overdose.

The Dancing With The Devil hitmaker shared that DMX's condition is giving her "survivor's guilt". The stunner had also nearly died in 2018 from drugs.

Demi Lovato Weighs in on DMXs Overdose, Gets Dragged for Her Views
Demi Lovato has weighed in on DMXs overdose. Image: @dmx, @ddlovato
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The legendary US rapper has been on life support in the hospital since last week. He reportedly suffered a heart attack after overdosing on drugs.

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Page Six reports that Demi spoke to TMZ Live on Wednesday. According to the publication, Demi said:

"There’s times I’ve felt, like, feeling survivor’s guilt. You do ask yourself, ‘Why am I still here, why are others not?’ It’s challenging. I have to realise that every day is a day that someone else doesn’t get."

She added that having survived a drug overdose made her want to live the best life she can possibly have "knowing others didn’t get the chance".

Tweeps slammed her for allegedly making everything about herself. Check out some of the comments below:

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@KanyiZondo wrote:

"Her ability to make everything about her is unmatched."

@juliamodxchange said:

"I wish she'd shut up already!!! It's getting old!! No! Over it!"

@coolguyjax commented:

"Lol... I love the new ways she finds to make a story about herself daily."

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@solamentegreg wrote:

"Demi is so tiring. I will get hate, but she loves playing the victim card and getting the attention. We all have struggles and traumas, deal with them as we all do."

Some tweeps defended Demi from tweeps who dragged her. They claimed she was asked to comment on DMX's situation.

@kuromambaa said:

"Since absolutely none of you read... Demi was asked about what she thought about the situation. She didn't just bring it up and make the comparison on her own. IDK why the hell they're even asking this girl about it, but okay."

In related news, reported that the 50-year-old hip-hop icon is fighting for his life and things are not looking good. He has reportedly been taken off life support and is breathing on his own.

However, doctors are concerned as there is very little sign of brain activity. DMX has had a history of substance abuse and it is not known if the heart attack was triggered by an overdose.

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The popular rapper has worked with major artists such as Jay-Z, Ja Rule, Eve, LL Cool J. He has even made a couple of appearances in films. Fans and celebrities took to social media in reaction to the news of his overdose.

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