Selena Gomez Responds to Francia In response to a star referring to Taylor Swift as her “only friend in the industry,”
Gomez talked about her close-knit inner circle in her Rolling Stone cover story, which was published on November 3rd. “I never fit in with a cool group of girls that were celebrities. My only friend in the industry really is Taylor [Swift], so I remember feeling like I didn’t belong,” she said.
When the quote was highlighted on Instagram, Raisa, 34, left a comment with the word “interesting” next to it. The comment, however, appears to have been removed. Fans have also noted that Gomez is not being followed on Instagram by the How I Met Your Father actor.
For fifteen years, Raisa and Gomez have been friends. A decade after their 2007 chance encounter at a children’s hospital, Raisa gave her kidney to the Disney Channel alum.
The founder of Rare Beauty revealed in 2017 that she underwent an organ transplant while battling lupus. So I was healing until I learned that my lupus needed a kidney transplant. In September 2017, Gomez posted an Instagram picture of herself and the Secret Life of the American Teenager alum holding hands in the hospital.
She wrote, “It was what I needed to do for my general wellness. ” There aren’t enough words to express my gratitude to my lovely friend Francia Raisa. She donated her kidney to me as the greatest gift and an act of sacrifice. I am so unbelievably fortunate. You have my utmost affection, sis.
After giving a kidney to Selena in 2018, Raisa spoke openly and candidly to Us Weekly about the kindness she received from fans.
It has truly been incredible and overwhelming. In January 2018, Raisa spoke exclusively to Us about how she “never really opens up about my personal life, and it’s astonishing the feedback I’ve been getting from people.” I genuinely just feel honoured.
Even though the documentary My Mind and Me, which was released on Friday, November 4, on Apple TV+, covered the final six years of the Only Murders in the Building star’s life, Raisa was noticeably absent from the story. My Mind & Me, which Alek Keshishian directed, is about the former Wizards of Waverly Place actor’s struggle with mental illnesses like depression and bipolar disorder.