Selena Gomez recently slammed several TikTok users for commenting on the singer’s most recent clip.
To refresh your memory, Gomez recently shared a TikTok video in which she expressed her displeasure with Dr. Dawn Bantel’s description of “heavy drinking.” “The CDC defines heavy drinking as 15 or more drinks per week for men,” the doctor said in the video, to which Gomez replied with raised eyebrows and joked, “And 8 or more drinks per week for women.”
Selena trolling for ‘excessive drinking’
“So one of your best friends gives you her kidney and you continue to drink excessively,” one user on the video-sharing platform said, “So one of your best friends gives you her kidney and you continue to drink excessively.” Selena, you’re a monster.” “It was a joke a**,” the Rare singer said, quickly shutting down the commenter.
The individual deleted their comment once Selena clarified the situation. If you didn’t know, Gomez fought Lupus and underwent a kidney transplant from her friend Francia Raisa in 2017.
Selena is no stranger to negative reviews; in September, the singer spoke out about the pressure she felt in the industry to be openly sexual due to her Disney background. “I basically performed things that weren’t really me,” she revealed in an interview with Allure. On my record Revival, there was a lot of pressure to make it sound more mature. I felt compelled to reveal my skin… I don’t believe I was [that] person.” Gomez, on the other hand, stated that she was now “more in control.” I have complete control over my life and all I do, including what is out there. As a result, I’d like to say yes. Everything in my life is under my control.”
Selena Gomez To Launch Wondermind
With the support of her mother, Mandy Teefey, and Daniella Pierson of The Newsette, Selena Gomez has developed a new mental wellness platform. The platform’s major goal is to promote mental health and de-stigmatize psychological disorders.
“No matter how low or confused you might feel, we’ve been there too,” the platform’s official website claims. So, with open talks, physical tools, daily material, and a supportive community, we built a location where we could work it all out every day.”
The founding members of Wondermind, according to their official Instagram account, wanted to create an “inclusive” space where people could open up about their mental health difficulties. “We’ve all struggled with mental illness, and we realized there was no open, enjoyable, and accessible venue for people to get together to explore, talk, and negotiate their experiences.” As a result, we made it,” their statement reads.