Demi Lovato’s back up dancer, Dani Vitale, asked the fans to stop “all the negativity” on Sunday, after the singer turns out to be a overdose.
One of Demi Lovato’s friends urges fans to stop pointing fingers following the singer an overdose last week.
“I care about Demi, just like all of you do,” back-up dancer Dani Vitale wrote on Instagram on Sunday night. “I haven’t said anything about this situation until now, because its recovery is of the utmost importance.
“I was not with Demi when the incident happened, but I’m with her now, and will continue to be, because they are the world to me just as they are with all of you. There is no need for any negativity in the direction of those who care about Demi at this time. There is too much of it in this world as it is.”
Some of Lovato’s fans are lashing out on the choreographer as the 25-year-old was admitted to hospital last Tuesday after allegedly partying for 12 hours straight to celebrate Vital’s birthday.
An assistant reportedly found the “Confident” singer unconscious in her bed around 11 a.m. Tuesday and called 911. Narcan — an emergency medicine used for reversing the effects of certain drug overdoses — allegedly administered to Lovato.
Lovato was rushed to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, where ex-boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama has visited her since she was admitted.
Lovato is expected to go to the rehabilitation after discharge from the hospital, but sources close to her were allegedly afraid that she will not seek treatment after previous rejection of an intervention in the weeks before her overdose.
Insiders also expressed concern that the friends Lovato hung out with the run-up to her overdose had not its best interests at heart and enabled her substance abuse, according to People.
This article originally appeared on Page Six.