Demi Lovato has found herself in some pretty hot water.
The 23-year-old singer was criticized by fans tuning into her Snapchat on Friday night after she posted a video in which she appeared to be laughing about the Zika virus.
Comments about the virus were actually made by Lovato's mother, Dianna Hart, in the video.
"I said, everybody down in Rio is going to get the Zika virus," Hart slurred in a southern accent, while Lovato (holding the camera) laughed.
Okay why the fuck are Lovatics mad at Demi for this? Her Mom said it and was drinking by the looks of it! Why does everyone on the internet have to blow everything out of proportion! I get that it's a disease but seriously people will rip into Demi for anything! And Lovatics if your seriously mad with Demi you have to rethink all she has done for you. Demi should be more appreciated. Why do people who don't even have the disease care. It's like the just fucking looking for something to be mad about and it's so fucking stupid and drives me insane! @ddlovato #demilovato #ddlovato #lovatic #demilovatofan #dontforget #herewegoagain #skyscraper #giveyourheartabreak #unbroken #heartattack #madeintheusa #letitgo #neonlights #reallydontcare #demi #confident #coolforthesummer #stonecold #bodysay #cool #likes #futurenowtour #selenagomez #music #demilovatoexclusives #devonnebydemi #glee #beautiful #demetriadevonnelovato #demetrialovato
The "Body Say" singer took to Twitter the next morning to apologize for the video, after fans criticized her Snap saying it was in poor taste.
"In no way did I mean to offend anyone last night," she wrote on Saturday. "I was laughing at how southern my mom sounded, not the issue at hand. Deepest apologies."
In no way did I mean to offend anyone last night. I was laughing at how southern my mom sounded, not the issue at hand. Deepest apologies.— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) August 13, 2016
Minutes later, however, the former Disney darling made it clear she wasn't focused on the haters.
"If you watch everything I do, you're still a fan,” she tweeted. "I ain’t goin nowhere b**ches."
If you watch everything I do, you're still a fan.. I ain't goin nowhere bitches 👋🏼— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) August 13, 2016
"It's an awesome feeling when you're so content with life and yourself that hate doesn't effect you.. Feelin' good y'all," she added.
It's an awesome feeling when you're so content with life and yourself that hate doesn't effect you.. Feelin' good y'all 👍🏼💗☺️— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) August 13, 2016
Lovato isn't the only one to receive backlash for comments related to the Zika virus.
Earlier this month, soccer player Hope Solo found herself booed by the crowd while playing in Rio at the 2016 Olympics after posting several Instagrams joking about the virus.
The 35-year-old athlete later defended her comments, saying she "wants to start a family."
See more in the video below.