The singer and actress, who has been open about her struggles with body image and an eating mess, posted a video on Monday stating that she spent the weekend promoting sugar-free cookies and “other diet foods” But why he slammed The Big Chill in Los Angeles. “
“I am very clear about the things I believe in,” Lovato said in the video. “I understand that sometimes my messages can lose their meaning when they are emotional. I am human.”
Lovato criticized the store over the weekend after spotting “Tons Sugar Free Cookies / Other Diet Foods” on her verified Instagram account, using Instagram stories.
“Better do it,” she wrote, with #dietculturevultures that she said she would be using to call companies and brands “that maintain a society that not only enables, but disorganized eating.” Praises. “
The Los Angeles froyo shop reacted to their IG stories, stating that they carry a variety of products for people’s dietary needs. The business also sent a direct message to Lovato which she shared on her account.
“We are not diet vultures,” the message read. “We cater to the needs of all our customers for the last 36 years. We are sorry that you found this outrageous.”
Lovato replied that he found the whole thing “triggering and terrible”.
He wrote in a direct message, “You can carry goods for other people to step into your store, even while taking care of a second percentage of your customers.” “You can find a way to provide an inviting environment for all people with different needs. Including eating disorders – one of the deadliest mental illnesses only for the other. [opioid] Overdose. Don’t make excuses, just do better. ”
In her apology video Lovato said she did not intend to, adding that her drug addiction has become easier to deal with because she can walk away from drugs, but she has to eat.
“I’m sorry I got the message wrong. I’m sorry I must have disappointed some people,” she said. “But I’m not coming after a small business because there are too many followers. That’s not what I’m doing.”
Starr said he is willing to talk to the shop to help clarify his message.