Liberal pop star Demi Lovato publicly trashed a yogurt shop for selling “sugar-free” options.
Apparently, it was “triggering” for her to walk past so many “sugar-free” options when she didn’t want sugar-free yogurt, thus spawning YogurtGate.
“Finding it extremely hard to order froyo from @thebiggchillofficial when you have to walk past tons of sugar free cookies/other diet foods before you get to the counter,” she wrote on her Instagram Story. “Do better please.”
She also added the hashtag “#dietculturevultures,” continuing a long-standing tradition of liberals randomly adding “culture” to the end of things they don’t like.
#DemiLovato attacks local Los Angeles yogurt business The Bigg Chill for selling diet restricted items for people who are diabetics, vegans and more, saying it’s triggering for her to walk by those items in order to make a purchase. pic.twitter.com/7J7XXDlVCW
— Pop Faction (@PopFactions) April 18, 2021
On her Instagram page, Lovato attacked the “Bigg Chill” yogurt shop as #dietculturevultures and demanded that they label their sugar-free options to make it clear that they’re for diabetics and people with celiac disease, not for people who are dieting. Naturally, this bizarre rant caused a number of people to make fun of Lovato on Twitter. Some of them were really funny.
Demi Lovato crying over yogurt. This whole era is soft as hell. pic.twitter.com/MFAWLSmOIy
— myburn3r (@myburn3r) April 18, 2021
demi lovato when she sees sugar free cookies at frozen yogurt shop pic.twitter.com/3UWQwoWnh8
— 👁GOBLIN MODE👁 (@inorganic_gooch) April 19, 2021
So, what really happened here? A narcissistic, entitled, liberal celebrity who has publicly noted that she struggled with her weight in the past walked into a yogurt shop. She was probably in there to get a peanut butter and fudge yogurt sundae with extra whip cream and doughnuts on top, but then she saw the sugar-free options, knew that was what she should eat, and silently chastised herself as scarfed the whole sugary mixture down. Then, instead of dealing with that personal conflict, she went to Instagram to try to pretend like the yogurt shop is the problem, not her difficulties with controlling what she eats. Does she softly cry to herself when she sees a Diet Pepsi? Does she storm into gyms to yell at the staff because it makes her feel bad for skipping her aerobics class? Who knows? Maybe.
It’s easy to make fun of Demi Lovato for this and of course, she deserves it. However, this toxic, entitled attitude is everywhere in our society. It drives everything from cancel culture to censorship. It’s the whole idea that instead of making ourselves better, stronger, and more well-adjusted, the entire world needs to be rearranged to cater to our personal weaknesses. That is not how it’s supposed to work.
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