Demi Lovato has just sung a new song ’15 Minutes,’ from her latest album. This album is called ‘Dancing With The Devil…The Art Of Starting Over,’. And Max Ehrich faced Demi Lovato’s wrath.
Dancing With The Devil…The Art of Starting Over, Demi Lovato’s latest album, told the tale of her near-fatal overdose and rehab. Demi’s 2020 relationship — and breakup — with Max Ehrich, with whom she was engaged for two months, was part of the fallout from that time. Demi doesn’t seem to look back fondly on the relationship, based on the single “15 Minutes,” which she released in September 2020.
Demi criticizes Max for dating her for the sake of gaining “15 minutes” of fame on the track. After the breakup, though, it was her turn to recover those 15 minutes. She sings, “You were looking for 15 minutes.” “Now you have 15 minutes, yes, pack your belongings, you can come to get it, yeah, it ain’t goodbye, so it’s good riddance, you have 15 minutes, hope you enjoy your 15 minutes.”
The lyrics of the song were even nastier. Demi acknowledged that she wasn’t great in the relationship in the second verse but added, “It should be an honor; I still had the time to bother.” She even chastised Max for being pictured crying on the beach in Malibu after their split. She says in the bridge, “Prayin’ in Malibu, and I hope it saved you.” “Why do you, how could you be praying in Malibu?” When you were searching for 15 minutes, I was crying in Malibu.”
Max and Demi’s Relationship
Max and Demi’s relationship was short-lived, as they met only before there were quarantine laws in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020. Although they had only been together for a short time, they agreed to quarantine together and became engaged four months later. The relationship was quite short.
Max accused Demi of “villainizing” him and using their relationship as a “public relations stunt.” On the other hand, Demi initially stayed silent about the split, but she is now obviously able to share her story’s view. In the next episode of her YouTube documentary, Dancing With the Devil, she’ll talk about the relationship. She also revealed the biggest mistake she made in the relationship in a recent interview.
Demi confessed to Entertainment Weekly, “I always had myself fooled because it was the safe and planned thing.” “I cared about the guy, but there was a part of me that said, ‘I have to prove to the world that I’m fine.'” After the breakup, she also admitted that she removed her engagement ring, which made her realize that she didn’t need a relationship, a title, or jewelry to feel “empowered.” Demi has been exploring her sexuality more than ever since the breakup, and she recently announced that she is pansexual. She’s doing just fine on her own right now, regardless of who she ends up with!
Demi Lovato Is ‘California Sober’
The singer has battled addictions to drugs and alcohol. She has recently spoken out about her sexuality, weight loss, and a near-fatal overdose in 2018.
Now in rehab, CBS Sunday Morning asked Lovato whether she was still drinking and “smoking a little bit of weed,”. She responded that she was.
Lovato said, “I think the word that best fits me is California sober.”
“I don’t feel comfortable describing the parameters of my rehabilitation to people. Its because I don’t want others to look at my protection parameters. They would start concluding that’s what works for them,” she says.
She went on to say that the “total abstinence process” isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” option for all.
There is no technical description for it in the medical literature. However, popular culture references such as the Urban Dictionary describe it as abstaining from all drugs and alcohol, except marijuana. A 2019 Vice report appears to have been one of the first to mention “California sober.”
Some people consider the use of psychedelics to be appropriate, so the meaning is a little hazy. Demi Lovato seemed to have alcohol use in her version of California sober. Which is shown in her YouTube docuseries, “Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil.”
“Because I am such a black-and-white thinker, telling myself I will never drink or smoke marijuana is setting myself up for failure,” she said. “For years, I had it hammered into my brain that one drink was equal to a crack pipe.”
What Do Experts Say About It?
Some have opposed the method, with Ken Seeley, a licensed addiction counselor and founder of the Ken Seeley Communities in Palm Springs, California, claiming that people who struggle with addiction have no moderation.
He told Entertainment Tonight, “I think the word ‘California sober’ is very insulting to the sober culture.” “There are a lot of people I know who work very hard to sustain their abstinence and fight for their lives in rehab, and this new word, ‘California sober,’ is unacceptable.”
Regular use of alcohol and marijuana is “nowhere near sober,” Seeley warned, adding that he was concerned that people could overdose and die believing they were sober in California.
Experts describe its definition as “delusional and risky” in other headlines.
“For anyone with an actual substance use diagnosis, I think the problem with California sober is the possibility of having an addiction to another drug,” Marier said.
“It’s like swapping seats on the Titanic — it’s not going to save you; you’re always going down,” I’ve said while coaching others.