“Breaking the Mold: Demi Lovato Defies Social Norms by Embracing Her Love for Older Men”

During an episode of the “Call Her Daddy” podcast, Demi Lovato spoke out against dating older men, especially for young girls who may view it as exciting or attractive. She stressed that it is not acceptable unless the person is of legal age. This comes amid rumors that her song “29” is about her ex Wilmer Valderrama.

In a recent interview with Alexandra Cooper, former “Camp Rock” star Demi Lovato explained why she decided to release her latest single, which she believes delivers an important message to the public. The song, titled “29,” gained attention after Lovato shared lyrics that seemed to reference her relationship with actor Wilmer Valderrama, who was 29 years old when they first met in 2010 while Lovato was 17. In the rumored diss track, Lovato questions the nature of their relationship and suggests that Valderrama may have acted without her consent.

Demi Lovato, known for her hit song “Sorry Not Sorry,” has been tight-lipped about the inspiration behind her music. She only revealed that she is careful with her answers because she believes that the song speaks for itself. Lovato did give a little bit of insight into the song’s inspiration during an interview with Cooper, but she still remains mysterious about it. Less is more seems to be her approach to answering questions about her music.

In her own words, she shared that leaving rehab brought about a mix of emotions for her, including anger but also personal growth and understanding. She found inspiration in her reflections and wrote a song about it, acknowledging that although the undertones may be angry, the experience taught her a lot. Demi Lovato and Wilmer Valderrama had an on-and-off relationship until 2016, after which Valderrama got engaged to Amanda Pacheco, a model. On the other hand, Lovato is now dating Jute$, and the couple celebrated her 30th birthday together.

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