Kelly Rowland, a member of defunct singing group, Destiny's Child has shown her support to her embattled colleague, Demi Lovato with matching tattoo.
Since Demi Lovato's reported drug overdose earlier this week, a myriad of fans and supporters have showered her with an abundance of love.
First, Macklemore dedicated his performance of 'Otherside' during a tour stop in Mansfield, Mass to Demi.
Then, on Wednesday (July 25), singer Kelly Rowland took a giant leap on sincerity and got some new ink in dedication to Lovato.
The temporary ink pays homage to Lovado's lion tattoo, which the "Sorry Not Sorry" star has on her hand. "@ddlovato I [love] you," read the caption on Rowland's post, which displayed a drawing of a lion, similar Lovado's tat. Later, Rowland posted a video of her getting the tattoo done.
On Monday (July 23), TMZ reported that Lovato suffered from an alleged overdose at her Hollywood Hills home. The report came after she released her new song "Sober," which vividly details her apparent relapse.
"Momma, I'm so sorry, I'm not sober anymore. Daddy, please forgive me for the spilled drinks on the floor. The ones who never left me, we've been down this road before. I'm so sorry, I'm not sober anymore," she somberly sings on the record.
The following day after the TMZ report, sources told PEOPLE that Lovato was "okay and stable" after her alleged overdose.