Piers Morgan has slammed Demi Lovato for calling out a small family business that advertises sugar-free products at their frozen yoghurt store.
The self-proclaimed ‘victim of cancel culture,’ who quit Good Morning Britain last month after refusing to apologise for comments he made about Meghan Markle, said the pansexual singer ‘triggered’ him with her post.
It all started when Lovato, who recently revealed she is ‘California sober,’ took aim at The Big Chill in an Instagram post on Monday evening.
It read: “Finding it extremely hard to order froyo [frozen yoghurt] from @thebigchillofficial when you have to walk past tons of sugar-free cookies/other diet foods before you get to the counter. Do better please.”
Morgan then responded to Lovato’s comment in his Daily Mail column.
He wrote: “I was triggered by Ms Lovato herself.
“The more this repulsively arrogant woman attacked this lovely little store in her staggeringly unhinged and delusional manner, the more furious I became.”
He added: “I find idiot celebrities like Demi Lovato ‘triggering’ and require THEM to ‘Do Better Please’.”
The Big Chill has since issued a response and insisted they ‘are not diet vultures’.
The statement read: “We are not diet vultures. We cater to all of our customers’ needs for the past 36 years. We are sorry you found this offensive. We carry items for Diabetics, Celiac Disease, Vegan and of course have many indulgent items as well.”
Lovato is just the latest celebrity Morgan has had beef with.
Earlier this month, the TV presenter ended up in a spat with Jedward after the twins posted a tweet calling for the Winston Churchill statue to be removed from Parliament Square.
Their post read: “Get that Winston Churchill statue and f*** it into Piers Morgan’s back garden!”
Morgan then hit back, writing: “A) I’d be honoured to have that statue in my garden.
“B) Churchill saved Britain from the Nazis & contributed more to society every time he breathed than you talentless disrespectful clowns have done in your combined 58 years of gormless tuneless imbecility.”