YouTube has chose to postpone production on a new Demi Lovato documentary.
Though reports have indicated the overdose was heroin-related, a source close to Lovato previously told PEOPLE that it was not.
"There is no need for any negativity towards the ones who care about Demi", she continued. Paramedics arrived to find her unconscious but when she woke up, Lovato refused to reveal what drugs she had taken.
Discussing its follow-up, Daniels said: "The first doc went over so well, with her fans [.] that there was a clamoring for more Demi".
One of those "trusted" friends includes ex-boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama. "Like all of you, I have nothing but love in my heart for her". Remember that you have always been a community of Lovatics who LOVE, ' she added.
"Please remember that when you take out our phones and start typing". Lovato's family and manager just want Demi to get healthy and they are focused on getting her healthy and taking it day by day.
"We're working on a second Demi Lovato documentary and I hope she's feeling better", said Susanne Daniels, YouTube's Global Head of Original Content.
On the track, she sings: "Momma, I'm so sorry, I'm not sober anymore / And daddy, please forgive me for the drinks spilled on the floor".
The "Confident" singer is dealing with "complications" such as a high fever and nausea six days after she was taken to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, TMZ reported, citing a source. However, Lovato has yet to release a statement since her apparent overdose.
They have remained close following their split, with the Camp Rock actress recently admitting the That 70's Show star is the "love of her life".