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Demi Lovato's Tweets About Kesha Might've Included A Dig At Taylor Swift

"I'm also ready for self-proclaimed feminists to start speaking out or taking action for women's rights," the singer tweeted early Sunday morning.

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Demi Lovato has used Twitter to show her support for Kesha, the singer embroiled in a legal battle with Dr. Luke, a producer she alleges physically and sexually abused her for years.

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Lovato had already shown her support to Kesha on Saturday by posting this tweet:

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But on Sunday she decided to weigh in on the situation a bit more...

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She shared her unfiltered, candid thoughts on the ways women are treated, especially when it comes to acts of sexual violence.

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Many people thought one of Lovato's tweets was a subtle dig at Taylor Swift for not publicly showing support for Kesha.

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The singer wrote:

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And Lovato herself even allegedly liked a tweet that referenced Swift's silence, further fueling speculation.

The tweet has since been unliked.
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The tweet has since been unliked.

Demi followed up with more tweets about the necessity for speaking up about things that can be taboo to discuss.

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Others online have taken to social media, hoping that Swift will use her platform to support Kesha.

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Although Swift has spoken out about solidarity among women in the past, she's remained publicly quiet on Kesha's troubles.

Lovato also highlighted the reasons empowering women is important...

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... and the work that must be done, even if it's not easy.

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She ended her 90-minute long Twitter speech by saying she'd be OK with impact her tweets would have.

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Before finally sending out one last tweet calling for equality.

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