After Joe Jonas' tell-all was released on the web, countless celebrities reacted to his interview including Demi Lovato. In the interview, Joe stated Demi had urged him to do weed. Given she'd been thrown under the bus, what does Demi Lovato have to say about this?
In his New Yorker essay, Joe Jonas spilled all the dirty details about when he lost his virginity and who introduced him to the world of marijuana. Surprisingly, Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus were to blame.
"They kept saying, 'Try it! Try it!' so I gave it a shot, and it was all right. I don't even smoke weed that often anymore," stated Jonas.
Having exposed Demi and Miley to the press, Joe Jonas doesn't feel the least bit guilty. Instead, the singer confessed he feels "relieved."
"I feel really relieved actually," said Jonas in a report by The Mirror, adding, "I was very nervous releasing it. I hit kind of an anxiety wall where I was like, 'S**t am I about to do this? This is kind of nerve-wracking.'"
Miley Cyrus is yet to react to Joe's tell-all but leave it to his ex-girlfriend, Demi Lovato, to have a few words to say. The "X-Factor" judge certainly didn't hold herself back.
"My first reaction was, 'Well that was stupid.' But we are always going to be in each other's lives," said Demi in an interview with Pop Crush.
"I was with Nick [Jonas] today and they are family. I've known them since I was 14, 15 and I have a lot of love for them," continued Lovato.
Proving to be the most forgiving of the Disney bunch, Lovato had nothing bad to say about Joe Jonas' essay. The 21-year old singer even commended Joe for his bravery.
"I want to commend him for how brave he was. He never was able to share his side of the story, he kept it really quiet. I was going through my stuff, and he got blamed for a lot of it," stated Lovato.
"When in reality, I have my stuff and we argue like brother and sister now. It's like, 'Dude, what were you thinking?' But it's all good. I was like, Don't be embarrassed or whatever. I still love you. We're still family. It's all good," continued the blue-haired singer.
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