- Lovato noted that the term Aliens is not correct while referring to the extraterrestrials beings
- These, she disclosed while talking about her new docu dubbed Unidentified which captures her journey in investigating UFO sightings in the U.S
- Lovato's new docu comes barely weeks after she disclosed to the world that she is a non-binary person
Revered pop star Demi Lovato has blatantly claimed it is wrong to refer to extraterrestrials beings as “aliens”.
According to the musician, doing the aforementioned is derogatory and that the word ''Alien" should no longer be used for the controversial beings.
These, the award-winning songstress disclosed while promoting her new documentary dubbed Unidentified, in which they embarked on a road trip to investigate the truth about the perceived UFO phenomena.
Speaking during an interview with E! News, the musician shared with the world about her reasoning while responding to fans' speculation that she(they) have a new unreleased song dubbed “Aliens.”
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In a quick rejoinder, Lovato denied any upcoming song but held that fans should understand that people should not call them "Aliens" because it is a degrading name.
“I think that we have to stop calling them aliens because aliens is a derogatory term for anything,” Lovato said.
“I call them ETs,” Lovato, 29, added.
I am non-binary
The 28-year-old singer opened up in a podcaster interview where they said they were closeted from an early age.
Lovato also encouraged people to accept who they are and be brave when it comes to owning their truth.
According to the pop star, sharing this news with fans has opened their new level of vulnerability and hopes that those who have not been able to share who they truly are with their loved ones can find the courage.
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Source: Yen Ghana