Break-ups are hard to do even when you're a celebrity, which is why Demi Lovato may have tried a new tactic to get over her recent relationship with MMA fighter, Guilherme 'Bomba' Vasconcelos. We say a new tactic because Demi usually isn't one to publicize her partying ways now that she is completely sober. But, while appearing on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, the "Sorry Not Sorry" singer admitted that she had some people over to get herself back in the game after the split and things kind of got out of hand.
So, who was in attendance? The most random people, ever. Well, random meaning no one who Lovatics would ever think ran inside Demi's inner circle. The songstress told Jimmy Fallon, "One day, I was like, I want to have people over. I had just gone through a breakup. I’m newly single. I wanna meet people!" Snoop Dogg, French Montana, and Wiz Khalifa all showed up.
Apparently, Demi called her friend, Dave Osokow, and told him to invite a few people. Clearly, he took that invitation and ran with it. She continued, "All of a sudden, a couple hours later, Snoop Dogg was there. Dave O. knows everybody, so French Montana was there and Ty Dolla $ign and Wiz Khalifa and all these people were there. I was like, wait a second, I just wanted to have a couple people over to hang out!"
After all of this, Demi admitted that she didn't like the rappers smoking inside her house. She said, "I was like, no smoking inside! Get out, get out! I wasn’t gonna tell Snoop not to smoke in my house, so I was like, ‘Okay, Snoop, do what you want.'" Other than the minor freak out, the party was actually a success because she created a music video for her track, "Sorry Not Sorry", based on the experience. Demi told Jimmy, "So it was a music video but it was inspired by a house party that I had."
Demi has said in the past that the entire song is for the haters out there and we can't help but wonder if the music video targets the same group of people. Of course, this all just speculation, but there's a chance Demi could have gotten some hate for this party she had. She DID put up some videos on Snapchat where French and Snoop looked like the life of the party. It's possible she got some nasty comments over it. Now that she revealed the inspiration for this video was that particular party, it's hard to believe that what the song means and what the video portrayed don't have any connection. It's almost like she's telling the world, 'I'm going to have a party and you can cry if you want to because it's about to bring me to the top.' MIC. DROP.