Demi Lovato deactivates Twitter after facing backlash for 21 Savage tweet

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Tomi Lahren, meanwhile, apparently thought the arrest was hilarious and tweeted out this bad joke using lyrics from "Bank Account".

Demi Lovato posted a meme following 21 Savage's ICE arrest, and has since deactivated her Twitter, after receiving backlash for "laughing at" him.

21 Savage was arrested Sunday morning by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Atlanta under the suspicion that he is actually from the United Kingdom and overstayed his visa. Well, luckily for you I've done my research and this is the whole 21 Savage meme explained. Perhaps most importantly, just like the majority of Twitter, she wasn't making fun of 21 Savage being deported.

However, fans and fellow musicians didn't find it amusing.

One of them was rapper Wale, who said, "Why is somebody freedom amusing ... I don't get the joke".

Her reasoning did little to calm her angry critics, however, and Demi later tweeted: "F- Twitter". People will literally make up stuff to sell a story. A lot of people.

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It is reported that the 26-year-old tweeted saying that a set of memes about the hip-hop star were her favourite part of the Super Bowl, before being slammed for laughing at someone's tragic fate of being deported. "Hopefully you seen the ones providing comfort and prayer when you were down". Another added, "wonder if she saw the memes about her lol".

'She laughed at a 21 savage meme and everyone is calling her a crackhead. the internet is f**ked up bro'.

She also invited Wale to discuss their disagreement, which found its way to the Instagram account of the Shade Room, where Lovato said the rapper was "salty I never replied to his desperate tweets years ago".

Numerous 21 Savage deportation memes involved American Revolution-era imagery, including Red Coats and men using feather pens to write. "Sorry if I offended anyone", continued Demi.

She shared snapshots on Instagram alongside a statement, telling followers it is "no excuse to laugh at someone's addiction let alone their OD".

While a third brutally said: "Rehab doctors better take her phone away". In fact, he asked her how she felt when people were clowning her on social media over her addiction issues.