Demi Lovato Slams TIME Magazine for 'Hypocritical' Choice of Honoring Donald Trump

Brunilde Fioravanti
Декабря 8, 2017

She wrote, "To be named POTY (person of the year) by @TIME it should be for doing something positive or fearless LIKE the women on the cover".

While this seems like a flawless choice, singer Demi Lovato is calling the publication out for including President Donald Trump, who has been accused of sexual assault by many women, on the list of honorees.

Lovato took to Twitter to share her qualms with the choice to still include him as runner up, tweeting, "Time mag highlights courageous women coming forward against sexual assault on the cover but names a man with sexual assault allegations against him runner up to person of the year". Really @TIME? #hypocrites, ' Lovato tweeted.

Every year, speculation grows toward the month of December about who Time magazine will nominate as "Person of the Year". Hence it was no surprise when Trump made it to the list in 2016, following his massive win in the presidential election over Hillary Clinton.

The controversial president was named as a runner-up, and the decision angered Demi as multiple women have accused the POTUS of sexual assault.

Lovato continued, writing she's become "less vocal" about speaking out against "certain people ... because it only divides our country even more". To be named POTY by Time.should be for doing something positive or courageous LIKE the women on the cover. Lovato then directly told the publication that she found it "very disappointed in their hypocrisy and disrespect toward the women on their cover".

This has, understandably, ruffled a few feathers as the Commander-In-Chief has been hit with sexual misconduct allegations from 16 women.

The pop star went on to retweet a follower's suggestion that singer Kesha should be included as one of the Time's honorees. It is annoying that it is just about the impact on the news, ' Demi added.

Demi Lovato is fuming that a man who has bragged about sexual harassment would be the runner us to the victims.

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