Back in February this year, bad blood erupted between former friends Demi Lovato and Taylor Swift over Kesha's legal troubles. While many pop stars vocally supported the "Tik Tok" singer in her battle against her alleged rapist, Dr. Luke, Swift donated $250,000 to the cause, but remained silent on the matter.
Lovato was less than impressed with this, publicly calling the former country singer out for her hands-off approach.
In a new interview with Refinery29, the "Confident" singer reveals how she stands by her original statements, despite the flak she received from Taylors fans, explaining that:
“I’m not going to stop saying what I believe in. I have no problem standing up for myself.”
When asked about the feud in detail, Lovato explained that:
"There are women that I don’t get along with, and that’s fine. My thing is, don’t brand yourself a feminist if you don’t do the work. I have an immense amount of respect for women like Lena Dunham … or Beyoncé, who make amazing political statements through their work.”
Fans waiting for a duet between the two stars have a long wait ahead of them, as it appears the two are never ever getting back together — like ever.