Demi Lovato could not stay away from social media for too long.

Earlier this week, the 23-year-old singer announced she was quitting Twitter and Instagram after receiving hateful comments from Internet trolls who did not agree with her stand on the Mariah Carey-Jennifer Lopez feud.

“Damn I gotta quit sayin shit. Bye Twitter and Insta,” the “Cool for the Summer” performer wrote on Monday after the world wide web exploded with articles addressing her remarks about Carey.

Demi Demi Lovato performs on ABC's 'Good Morning America' at SummerStage at Rumsey Playfield, Central Park on June 17, 2016 in New York City. Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images

On Thursday, Demi decided to make a Twitter comeback to criticize society’s hunger for celebrity news - the tabloids that “feed” them  and the lack of interest for issues that really matter in this world.

“I bet our country knows more about celebrities than they know about what’s happening over seas or global warming,” Lovato wrote.

She continued, “We complain about how unfair paparazzi and tabloid rumors are but still buy the magazines to find out who’s f*cking who and who wore it best.”

Lovato also included a poll to expose those who know more about Justin Bieber’s former lovers than names on the FBI’s top 10 most wanted list. “How many people can name someone on the FBI’s top 10 most wanted list,” she questioned.

The former Disney Channel star ended her rant wondering who is the one to blame for society’s need to know everything about celebrities and the entertainment business in general.

“Is it our fault though?” Lovato said. “Has society fed into it or is this just easy business with everyone from blogs to magazines trying to cash in?”

She added, “Whose fault is it that teens can name more celebrity feuds than wars?”

On June 22, Lovato expressed her frustration towards the way media manipulates people into paying attention to hollow topics.

“So my return to Twitter makes headlines,” the feisty songstress posted. “Don’t people have better things to talk about?”