Demi Lovato Not Happy With Mitchel Musso?

Mitchel Musso

appears to be taking a shot at after M magazine asked the ‘Hannah Montana’ star what he thought about reports linking Demi with Metro Station member Trace Cyrus. Mitchel may also have stuck his foot in his mouth with his co-star Miley Cyrus after bringing up her apparent ex Justin Gaston and the age difference issue.

“Demi and Trace dating? It’s funny because I know them both really well, but I haven’t heard that yet,” Musso said. “Maybe, that would kind of make sense, I guess that would make sense. I know just as much as you do, I don’t really look into it too much.” As for Trace being 20 while Demi is 16, Mitchel said, “When someone’s over 18 and the other person’s under 18, especially if the girl is under 18… Miley and Justin. It’s just like nothing bad to say about it but it’s kind of weird but whatever.”

In response, the ‘Sonny with a Chance’ star wrote on her Twitter (@ddlovato) earlier today:

Try talking about yourself in interviews, not other people’s personal lives. Thanks. :)

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4 Responses to Demi Lovato Not Happy With Mitchel Musso?

  1. regina says:

    what’s with the “Thanks:)” are you being sarcastic or is that a warning that you wont get mad unless he does it again?

  2. april says:

    haha dang . Demi has a point. Interviews are supposed to be about yourself . not about other people . just saying .

  3. kelsey says:

    blah blah get over it Mitchel is too cute to fight with you

  4. tay says:

    I think he can talk about anybody he wants. If they started talking about that, of course he is gonna start talking about it. What else is he supposed to do? Change the subject? No, that would seem rude!

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