It’s surprising how long it’s taken anyone to learn that when it comes to the Internet, nothing is ever taken seriously. Nothing. Especially when that something is Demi Lovato trying to engage with Twitter using the hashtag #AskDemi.
— // AMBER // (@urbanaumgc) November 9, 2015
— #prayforpoot (@mermaidfartt) November 9, 2015
#AskDemi please free Poot— will. (@Amphabio) November 9, 2015
#AskDemi why did you try and hide poot from the public— laura (@lauuurajane) November 9, 2015
#AskDemi why did you lock up poot for all those years— g (@gabrjeIla) November 9, 2015
#AskDemi did you really think you would get away with locking poot away for so many years or...?— ella!!! (@_ellafrancis) November 7, 2015
Poot first came to the public’s attention in October after a truly unflattering photo of Lovato found its way to the Internet. The image inspired fake stories about how Lovato had a twin sister that she kept locked up in a basement.
Lovato is not a fan of this meme and would like it to end.
Clearly, the Internet and thus the world is never going to let it go.
Matt Lee is a Web producer for Metro New York. He writes about almost everything and anything. Talk to him (or yell at him) on Twitter so he doesn’t feel lonely@mattlee2669.