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Demi Lovato's sister has her back! After the 26-year-old singer was shamed online, her older sister Dallas came to the rescue and fired critics.
The 30-year-old Dallas responded in a live video on Instagram . "You know what? Here is another thing. I only say yes. To all the fabulous tabloids that my sister now calls bold, you go to yourself because she's the most beautiful, strong, and amazing person I've ever met in my entire life, "Dallas said in the video. "And all ̵
" I'm sorry, my sister is beautiful, she lives, she conquers many really hard s … ", she continued. "So. Bye."
Dallas released the live video right after Demi shared a make-up selfie on Instagram from her Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training – just her second Instagram post since her hospitalization because of an overdose and "Sweaty, untidy jiu-jitsu hair … #BJJ #Bluebelt #nevergiveup," Demi wrote on Tuesday (Demi Lovato's health and fitness trip will seriously inspire you)
Demi is a big one Fan of the sport and got her blue belt last year – the second of seven levels.
"I'm so excited because I just got my blue belt in #brazilianjiujitsu !!!! I checked in # over a year ago BJJ has fallen in love and has been training several times a week since then, "she wrote in August 2017.
Demi's return to Jiu-Jitsu is one way to bring the singer back into her life after her overdose On July 24, she broke her silence for the first time about the incident on August 5 and said she was working on healing.
"I was always open about my journey with addiction. I have learned that this disease does not disappear or disappear over time. It's something I still have to overcome and have not yet done, "wrote Lovato. (See also: Demi Lovato Has Just Opened Her Quest Against Addiction)
"I need time now to heal myself and focus on my sobriety and the path to recovery," she continued. "The love you have shown me will never be forgotten and I am looking forward to the day when I can say that I came out on the other side. I will continue fighting.
This story was originally published on People.com by Julie Mazziota.