This didn't go down too well.
Poor Jessie J. The singer was only trying to show her concern for her fans on Twitter but they sort of took it the wrong way. When she performed at Trinity College's annual ball in Dublin, she said it was the hardest gig she's ever done as it upset her to see how intoxicated a lot of them were.
She tweeted "Just came off stage at Trinity ball. Probably one of the hardest gigs to date. To see so many people so drunk they couldn't even stand. Girls unconscious and students were literally trampling on each other. It wasn't easy... I was just shocked at how intoxicated they were. Binge drinking is dangerous."
She carried on saying "I'm not upset they weren't all listening. It upset me to see so many young people so not with it. I'm not used to it. It's hard to sing when I just wanted to go into the crowd and help all the crying girls who were being squashed." See now we thought it was pretty endearing that she actually cared. But the drunk partygoers didn't.
They seemed to think she was attacking Ireland and one fan said 'Are you being serious? Just be thankful you were performing on stage to your fans.'
But Jessie, who doesn't drink because of a heart condition hit back saying "it's not just in Ireland, it's everywhere. As a non-drinker, I just want to spread the message that binge drinking is dangerous. I just care."
We thought this was pretty sweet of her and it's not like she's being hypocritical. If Lindsay Lohan was shwoing concern for her drunk fans then fair enough but Jessie is a tee totaller.
Do you think it was ok for Jessie J to speak out on Twitter? Should people have been more appreciative of her concern? Or do you think she was being slightly over dramatic?