LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 06: Demi Lovato performs outside the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards at Staples Center on September 6
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In the August issue of Cosmopolitan, cover girl Demi Lovato had a few choice words for rappers who flaunt their drug usage. Spoiler alert: She's not into it. At all.

In her confessional interview, the always outspoken Demi opened up about her struggles with bulimia and cutting, as well as being suicidal at the age of seven. She also expressed her opinions about certain rappers (without naming any names) and '80s rock stars, and thinks saying no to drugs is actually way more "bad-ass" than bragging about using them.

"When I look at someone who's out there partying excessively or rappers rapping about doing drugs, who people look up to, and think, 'Oh that's a G; that's a gangster,' I think, You're actually being a giant p-ssy.

"Sorry, but those rockers in the '80s were the furthest thing from rock stars," the "Skyscraper" singer continued. "They were so insecure and so lonely that they had to do these things to get them through the day. If you're spending your entire early 20s chasing the next party, what are you running away from?

"That's not a bad-ass. What's a bad-ass is when you can sit through your problems and feel emotions when you don't want to have them... That's what makes me a bad-ass. Being a bad-ass is handling your sh-t."

Sooo, are we the only one's golf clapping at that rant? Keep doing you, Demi.