Lovato said this week that calling extraterrestrials “aliens” is disrespectful
Scientist and author Neil deGrasse Tyson has joked on Demi Lovato’s comments on aliens that she “have no feelings”.
This week, Lovato made headlines when she said that “calling supernatural people ‘aliens’ is disrespectful”.
The singer made this comment while promoting the new documentary unknown, which sees Lovato investigating the truth about the alleged UFO incident.
Dismissing fan speculation that he has an unreleased song titled ‘Aliens’ during chat And! News, Lovato said people shouldn’t call supernatural people “aliens” because it’s a “derogatory term for anything.” “I call them E.T.,” he said.
Responding to the comments, Tyson explained TMZ: “There is no emotion in all the aliens I’ve met.”
Acknowledging that Lovato was just “thoughtful”, Tyson also wondered why Singer was “concerned about offending him by calling him an alien” because humans cannot know that “the heads of a species of life from another planet.” What’s going on in me?”
He continued: “When I refer to aliens – just to be specific – I always say ‘space aliens.’ And then, what we used to call aliens on Earth – unspecified immigrants, that’s the new term for them, and I’m on it
“So what does it mean – if we all do – the sole invocation of the word ‘alien’ is to the creatures in outer space that want to kill us all.”
Earlier this month, Lovato honored her late friend in a heartfelt track titled “Unforgettable (Tommy’s Song)”.
Lovato shared the tribute in an emotional post, dedicating it to model Thomas Trussell III, who passed away in 2019 as a result of a drug overdose.
Lovato wrote: “Two years ago I lost someone who meant a lot to me. His name was Tommy and he was such a handsome, special man. I wrote this song the day I found out that he had lost his battle with drug addiction. This disease is very clever and powerful.