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Max Ehrich States He Is Done With The Toxic Comments From Demi Lovato’s Fans

Actor, singer, and dancer Max Ehrich, who gained further recognition for his relationship with the well-known singer & songwriter Demi Lovato, stated that he was tired of being bullied online.

The ‘Young and the Restless’ actor posted a message through Instagram and asked people to stop commenting on his relationship ended last month because they don’t know what happened between him and Demi.

As known, Ehrich and Lovato became engaged in July 2020 after months of dating, however, the engagement was called off by Lovato because of Ehrich’s thirsty messages sent to Selena Gomez, Miley Cyrus, and Adriana Grande. Once the news spread, Lovato’s fans started to react to Ehrich by accusing him of imposing upon the singer’s fame.

Alongside a photo of himself smiling, the 28-year-old actor wrote that he was turning the comments back on, and continued:

I’m done letting toxic fandom cancel culture prevent me from living life to the fullest. I’m only human and have emotions. Try to find it in your heart to have compassion. If you have nothing kind to say- UNFOLLOW ME. thanks :).”

However, the actor could not receive the feedback he had hoped to get. Fans flooded the comment section with messages they blamed him for the things happened:

 “I like you but you gotta stop sharing every emotion you have and stop tryna get attention from this engagement… deal with it personally just like she did,” wrote an Instagram user.

“…We would be gone if you stopped talking about us & Demi. Keep her name out of your mouth & we will be good❤️❤️,” added, another one.

“Ps: STOP making drama over the same thing,” said, one another.

Here is the mentioned Instagram post.

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