Selena Gomez slams Billboard magazine article as 'hurtful, ridiculous'

Danny Woods
December 7, 2017

Just last week, we found out Selena Gomez was the most followed person on the whole entire Instagram platform.

The journalist had been invited into Selena's home and published a conversation about a teddy bear which was a gift from a fan.

And while the significance of the five-foot teddy bear reference from her Billboard interview remains unclear, it appears as if making her Instagram account private may have had to do with her recent coverage in the media.

Though clad in a sophisticated outfit of a black turtleneck, black skirt and a checked coat, Selena Gomez, 25, accidentally flashed a nipple to the large waiting crowd.

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In front of the screenshot, Gomez reportedly wrote, "Never will I let another human being guess my words ever again". Or let them into my home. That is so hurtful. "The most "ridiculous" part of that is no one knowing my heart when I say things", which you can see here.

It's only been two weeks since her platinum blonde debut dominated the red carpet at the American Music Awards and subsequent news cycle for the next few days, but Selena Gomez is already onto to her next hair transformation. It's what I woke up to and went to sleep to.

But others have highlighted yet another Instagram story that Selena posted recently saying that she needed some "alone time".

"It's really important for me that Selena feels like her best", Coach's executive creative director Stuart Vevers told British Vogue of the look. "I try to use that as a way to connect with them". I think it's unbelievable to stay connected with my fans and most of the time I probably say too much. "I'm still getting to know it". "She genuinely misses him and is can't wait to get back to him", the insider added. "Most of the time I just don't care and I just do it. So yes, to me it's just something I'm a little careless with".

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