Kill them with kindness. Francia Raisa Opened up about being ‘bullied’ online amid feud rumors between her and longtime BFF Selena Gomez.
“Probably what hurt the most was, ‘I hope someone will push your ass up and tear out your other kidney. You’re a whore,'” Raisa, 34, said. TMZ Saturday, May 6, she added, “I was doing it.” [her] Best not to listen or read 0” about herself.
of meeting my dad The star previously donated a kidney to Gomez, 30, in 2017 as the “Lose You to Love Me” singer battled lupus.
Gomez captioned an Instagram photo of her and Raisa holding hands in the hospital in September 2017. attached. How can I thank my beautiful friend Francia Raisa?She gave me the ultimate gift and sacrifice by donating her kidney to me. I am incredibly blessed. i love you so much
The two have been friends for years, but keen-eyed fans have recently noticed the duo spending less time together in public.When Rumors of a Crack Spread Only Murders in Buildings The actress seems to have threw shade at Raisa in a recent interview.
“I never fit in with a group of cool girls who were celebrities. My only friend in the industry is really Taylor [Swift]so I remember feeling like I didn’t belong,” Gomez said. rolling stone November 2022, when asked about her famous friend.
of Mature The alum responded by commenting “interesting” under an Instagram post highlighting the quote.She then unfollowed the former Disney Channel star on social media.
Speaking about her original statement later, Gomez wrote via TikTok, “Sorry I didn’t mention everyone I know,” she quipped.
Raisa further fueled feud rumors last month When she refused to answer questions about GomezWhen asked by . TMZ where she now stood with her longtime friend The Secret Life of an American Teenager The alum replied, “Sundays are so much fun…I’m Francia. I’m playing with my dog,” apparently trying to distract from the question.
Despite the potential for drama between the pair, Raisa told the outlet on Saturday that “never, shape or form will tolerate bullying,” especially when it comes to Gomez.
“She literally has a nonprofit dedicated to mental health,” the California native said, referring to Gomez. Rare Impact Fund, addresses the importance of mental health and self-acceptance. “The fact that I am being bullied now it’s messing me up mentallyTo me it’s not what anyone wants in someone. She literally said ‘please stop’ so she doesn’t understand other people online antagonizing her. ”
The current status of the pair’s friendship remains unclear, but Raisa told TMZ that she is “very happy” and is “sending love to everyone.”
“Okay. I was a die-hard fan of people growing up myself. I totally, totally, totally get it, but it’s not good,” she said of the online attacks. “I want to tell everyone to stop, not just me.”
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