Jhe premiere of the documentary ‘Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me’, centered on the life of the artist, has sparked a controversy that the Texan had not anticipated, because in recent days she has received a lot of criticism due to the omission of a name that was prominent in his past, but no longer appears on the Apple-made show.
Selena Gomez explained in her documentary how she dealt with fame, her origin and also some little-known chapters of her life. She also talked about the most difficult times, like when she had to undergo an emergency kidney transplant.
In the summer of 2017, Gomez had lupus, a disease in which the immune system mistakenly attacks healthy cells and tissues, and she urgently needed a kidney transplant. Her friend at the time, France Raisadonated the organ.
“There are no words to thank her. She gave me the greatest gift by giving me a kidney. I feel incredibly blessed. I love you sister,” Selena Gomez wrote in a post later that year in gratitude to France.
Selena Gomez’s rude response
Selena and FranceThe friendly relationship of suddenly broke down completely. Rumors suggested that France disliked the “very unhealthy” things Selena enjoyed as her habits, such as partying and drinking alcohol, and so she distanced herself from the actress.
“Selena did the opposite of what she said she would do when she got well. She said she wouldn’t drink anymore. France brought her to his attention because she cares and loves her. She told him she was making bad decisions,” said a friend from Francia.
The controversy was rekindled when, in the actress’ documentary, France was not named at any time, despite what she did for Gomez. This drew criticism and Selena responded, but in a haughty way, “I’m sorry I didn’t mention everyone I know,” she tweeted.