Demi Lovato and her life coach, Mike Bayer, have parted ways and might be taking a shot against each other on social media.
Demi Lovato Parts Ways With Life Coach
On Twitter, the pop diva posted a cryptic tweet that seems to be aimed at her business partner/friend.
"Good luck on your blog," said the 25-year-old.
While she did not name Bayer, the post came after the life coach and CEO of CAST Centers released a video on Instagram dissing an unnamed celebrity. He said that, because of his work, he has met a couple of big names from the entertainment industry who use their celebrity status to be mean.
"I think if somebody uses it as an excuse to be late, or insincere, or rude, or unapologetic, that's not being an artist," he told his followers. "That's being a jerk. And you shouldn't stand for that."
He did not name Lovato either, but fans of both camps assumed that he was speaking about the "Sorry Not Sorry" singer.
The world-renowned artist seemingly confirmed that the dig was against Bayer when she liked a similar response of a fan on the life coach's Instagram.
Demi liked this comment on this Instagram post: https://t.co/sEwIuQKXLi pic.twitter.com/VVYo4uTXko — Demi Lovato News (@justcatchmedemi) July 6, 2018
Fans also noticed that the former Disney star also unfollowed Bayer on Instagram last month. While they never publicly addressed their falling out, Lovato suggested that Bayer is no longer in her life in a tweet on June 3.
You can't always trust people who you once thought saved you https://t.co/RP35m52hOT — Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) June 3, 2018
As Vulture noted, Bayer was heavily featured in the documentary Simply Complicated. He revealed the extent of the singer-songwriter's addiction and how he guided her through the dark period of her life. He was also present when the performer went on tour.
The public feud took place a few weeks after Lovato revealed that she has relapsed after six years of sobriety. Last month, she dropped a surprise song titled "Sober" in which she apologized to her family, friends, and fans for falling out of the wagon after making so much progress.
It is unclear if the relapse has something to do with the former friends' falling out. However, parting ways will be a lot more difficult than unfollowing each other on social media. Bayer is the CEO of CAST Centers, a treatment facility co-owned by Lovato.