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Demi Lovato SLAMS Ex-Fiancé Max Ehrich In New Song '15 Minutes'

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By Mike Walters

Demi Lovato just dropped an epic breakup song and it appears to be directed at her ex-fiancé, Max Ehrich, and the lyrics are brutal!

The 'Dancing With The Devil' star released a new track called '15 Minutes' which references the actor getting his 15 minutes of fame while dating the superstar. Of course, she doesn't mention him by name, but it doesn't take a genius to connect the dots on this one.

The new song is about an ex-boyfriend who, "changed your colors so fast" while trying "to turn my friends into friends of the past."

See More Of The Stunning Lyrics!

See The Stunning Lyrics!

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In the new track, Demi sings, "Always puttin' you first, could've been your future / But you didn't even care about me like that."

The chorus of the new song reveals she believes the person used her for "fifteen minutes" of fame and now that they have gotten it they are gone. "Ain't goodbye but it's good riddance, You got fifteen minutes / Hope you enjoy your fifteen minutes," she sings.

Lovato even takes a shot at her ex-BF for being photographed on the beach in Malibu following the couple's split -- the same location where he proposed.

See The Lyrics...Below.

Demi Lovato Takes Direct Shot At Ex-Fiancé's Reaction To Split

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In the verse, Demi does takes a bit of the blame for the split saying she is "not innocent" in the breakup and can be a "headache" but she is "working on it."

But, she takes a direct shot at her ex-fiancé in the song which leaves no doubt who she is talking about -- saying -- "Prayin' in Malibu, prayin' in Malibu, how could you, how could you? / Prayin' in Malibu, prayin' in Malibu, I hope it saved you."

As you know, this isn't the first time Demi has addressed the split. See The Details...Below.

Singer Takes Some Responsibility For The Breakup!

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"I mean, I was just as shocked as the rest of the world at some of the things that were said and done," Lovato says of the breakup in the new documentary.

She continued, "I'm really sad that things ended the way that they did. The good news is, I haven't picked up any hard drugs or anything like that. I'm hanging in there. It's just s-----."

Interestingly, she comes back to the topic later in the series to admit she wasn't being fully truthful in the clip, saying, "The video I made earlier wasn't an accurate representation of what I'm going through. So I thought this whole time that I didn't miss him."

While fighting back tears, she continued, "I just miss the person that I started quarantining with. And I don't know how to give my heart to someone after this."

See The Video For '15 Minutes' -- Below!

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