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Selena Gomez Talks About Body Positivity and Replies to Critics of Her Weight Gain

Selena Gomez says that if people don’t like her, they should “go away.” She isn’t a model and “will never be.” After people said terrible things about how she looked during a TikTok live, she said that the medicine she takes for her lupus has caused her weight to change a lot. I hold a lot of water when I take it, which is normal. In a video posted to Twitter, Gomez said that she tends to lose weight when she’s not on it. As she talked, I wanted to tell anyone who feels ashamed about what they’re going through that no one knows what happened and that they shouldn’t feel that way. Follow our website, Newsyblogy, for the latest updates!!!!!

Gomez tries to keep her mind on the bigger picture, which is her health, even though it has been hard on her mental health. I want people to know how beautiful you are. We all have bad days, but I’d rather be healthy and care for myself. There’s no question that the medicines I take are essential to me and are what keep me healthy. The actress from “The Only Murders in the Building” says she is not and will never be a model.

Selena Gomez talks about how she feels about her weight gain.

Selena Gomez fought back against people who have been making fun of her body and said that her weight changes because she takes medicine for lupus. I usually hold a lot of water, which is normal for me. Gomez, who is 30, said in a TikTok Live video that was shared on Twitter that she tends to lose weight when she stops taking her medication. If you’re ashamed of what you’re doing and no one knows the real story, I just wanted to tell you that you are beautiful.

Sure, we all have bad days, but I’d rather be healthy and take care of myself than feel like crap all the time. The star of “Only Murders in the Building” said she needs her medications and will never be a model. Even though I think they’re cool, I’m not one of them. Before she tells the people who don’t like her to stop, Gomez thanks her fans for understanding her and standing by her. She said, “If not, go away. I don’t believe in making people feel bad about their bodies.” In 2014, the Wizards of Waverly Place star was told for the first time that she had lupus. Three years later, she had a kidney transplant with her long-time friend Francia Raisa.

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