Did you miss Selena Gomez? The songstress posted on social media recently a video message explaining her lack of update on her social media accounts.
The 28-year-old started by saying that she just wanted to let her fans and followers know that she loves and misses them. She also mentioned about many exciting things that are coming up and she couldn’t wait to share with all of them. The singer noted that she’s been learning about what’s going on and will continue to prioritize it.
But the good news is she’ll be frequently making her presence known online. She explained that she’s going to be a bit more involved and is sending her love more. She’ll also be showing more of her personal stuff and what she’s been doing. She also said thanks to everyone for being there and for supporting her always.
The 2020 started with a bang for Selena. She released her third album, Rare, last January 10 and it ranked number one on the Billboard 200. She later announced in February that she will be launching her Rare Beauty brand this year which is something fans should look forward to. For those who are wondering what else Selena’s hidden talents are, HBO Max also informed viewers that she will star in her own quarantine cooking show this summer.
Meanwhile, Selena used her social media platform to amplify Black voices during the Black Lives Matter movement and during George Floyd’s wake. The cruelty that Floyd suffered from the hands of policemen enraged the whole world and caused many activists and supporters to go out in the streets.- Advertisement -
For Selena, she took to Instagram last month to thank people who directly spoke to them. She said she was blown away with their knowledge, commitment, and eagerness to teach so that Black voices aren’t silenced. According to the singer and actress, educating one’s self is the first step if people hope to make progress in ending systemic racism.
Selena urged that people need to acknowledge that discrimination against black communities whether social, political, or economic, continues to exist. She added that there’s a deep pain that needs healing and unless it’s recognized, history will continue to repeat itself over and over again.