Demi Lovato's mom is speaking out after her famous daughter copped major backlash for their recent trip to Israel.
Dianna De La Garza took to social media and said it was a trip she'll "never forget" and one day she'll "undoubtedly, unapologetically" go back.
As The Blast reported, Lovato caught heat after she posted several photos during their time in the Holy Land. She even got baptized in the Jordan River.
People took aim at the singer accusing her of promoting and supporting Israel during their long-standing conflict with Palestine.
Unlike her famous daughter, who issued an apology, Dianna is doubling down and saying, "#istandwithdemi."
Following the backlash, Lovato's mom shared a snap of their hands resting on the Western Wall.
"Praying at the Western Wall with my beautiful daughter @ddlovato in the Old City of Jerusalem was the highlight of my trip to Israel," Dianna wrote on Thursday.
She continued, "I will never forget that day... or that trip as we celebrated life and Christianity as we learned about The Jewish faith while listening to the Muslim Call to Prayer."
Ensuring fans there was "no fighting, no judgement, no cruel words...only love," Dianna ended her statement saying, "I will undoubtedly, unapologetically go again one day."
Lovato apologized for not being "more educated" on the history and insisted her trip was "NOT A POLITICAL STATEMENT."
Stating she was "extremely frustrated" and admitting she was gifted the trip for free, she wrote, "No one told me there would be anything wrong with going or that I could possibly be offending anyone."
She added, "With that being said, I'm sorry if I've hurt or offended anyone, that was not my intention."
Lovato also stated that she wanted to put this ordeal behind her, but seems like Mama just opened it up again.