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Demi Lovato Slams Those Who Deny Climate Change: “What More Proof Do You Need?”

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Singer & songwriter Demi Lovato, also known as an ambitious activist, became a spokesman for climate change issues after working for various campaigns such as Human Rights Campaign, Save the Children, City of Hope, Kids Wish Network, and March for Our Lives.

Lovato, who has been lauded for her latest musical release ‘What Other People Say‘ ft. Sam Fisher, took to her verified Instagram account to call out people to do something to stop climate change. Alongside a gif with “STOP DENYING CLIMATE CHANGE,” the ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ hitmaker wrote:

“How are we still questioning climate change in 2021? We’ve been LIVING through it, what more proof do you need?”

The singer reminded her fans and followers that we are doing so much harm by ignoring this. Then the singer trying to call attention to this environmental issue tagged certain accounts that are fighting this daily and encouraged her fans to take an action by saying:

“If you know someone who doesn’t believe or who needs to hear this today, sending them resources/info from these accounts is a great place to start. 🌎”

Lovato, who is gearing up to share her story through her brand new YouTube documentary titled, ‘Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil,’ shared another post focusing on a social issue before the abovementioned one; she released a couple of images consisting of information regarding that drinking water shortage in Texas.

It seems that Lovato devoted herself to do something for the environment. Head this way to view the mentioned Instagram post.

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