Demi Lovato Is Pissed That Nicki Minaj Didn’t Tag Her In An Instagram Picture

May 4, 2016 / Posted by:

I know that headline feels like a mistake but yes, you read it correctly. Demi Lovato is legit angry at Nicki Minaj for not tagging her in an Instagram picture. First Solange blindly calls out a rude bitch on Twitter, and now Demi Lovato is slapping at Nicki Minaj via Snapchat. It truly is a red letter week for petty famous people on social media.

So this fight, which is no doubt already making you roll your eyes at the drama of it all, started yesterday when Nicki threw up a picture of herself standing beside Jeremy Scott and Demi at the Met Gala to Instagram. Nicki tagged Jeremy and she tagged Moschino (who was responsible for both Nicki and Demi’s dresses), but she didn’t tag Demi. Nicki might have done it on purpose, or it might have just been the result of leaning in too close and one of her titties accidentally hitting SHARE before she was done tagging. Whatever the real reason, Demi took it as shots fired and decided to hit back.

Demi started out by slipping into the James Van Der Beek filter (I’m assuming that’s what it is) on Snapchat to make this overreaction:


That clearly wasn’t a hard enough slap, so Demetria hopped on Instagram and posted her own picture of Nicki, Jeremy, and herself at the Met Gala. And I’m sure it was no accident that she just so happened to choose a picture of Nicki looking like she’s trying to set Demi’s ass on fire with her eyes.

To be honest, Jeremy Scott also looks like he’d rather be at home in a pair of sweatpants watching Forensic Files. But I’m pretty sure that’s because he appears to be terrified that if he moves an inch to the right he’ll get caught in the cross-hairs of Nicki’s soul-melting side-eye.

Nicki hasn’t hissed back, which is actually a little surprising, since Nicki loves a good Twitter fight. Or maybe not talking about Demi is Nicki’s way of keeping the fight going. She didn’t acknowledge her then, and she won’t acknowledge her now. Shade on, Nicki!

Pics: Splash, ONTD

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