The singer has been creating more content on TikTok as of late, and she is slowly rising the ranks of TikTok stardom.
Sel currently has 31.1M followers on the platform whereas Charli has 120.6M, so maybe the reigning queen doesn’t have to sweat too much just yet.
The ‘Only Murders’ actress recently posted a video of mouthing the words of a voiceover about men and red flags!
“So you’re telling me you can read his astrological birth chart, but you can’t read the red flags? (Pause) Sis!,” Selena mouthed.
In the TikTok, Sel has a can of Coca-Cola in her hand and takes a sip of it before uttering the phrase ‘sis.’
Okay, so this is a harmless TikTok that isn’t in her voice or her personal thoughts. So, why are her fans getting all bent out of shape about it?
Well, where there is smoke there is fire, or at least that’s what her fans deduced.
Immediately they swarmed her comments section writing things like, “Bestie his name started with a J,” while another said, “SIS you are the queen of ignoring red flags.”
Another fan just put it all out there writing, “his name was justin… that was your biggest red flag.”
Other fans wrote the lyrics, “I saw the signs and I ignored them,” from her single “Lose You To Love Me.”
While it’s unknown if Sel was taking a jab at her ex-boyfriend or even herself, it’s apparent she will be looking for red flags in the future.
In fact, The Blast previously filled you in about Selena’s “cursed” relationships.
Sel famously dated The Weeknd during a break from Bieber, Nick Jonas, Zedd and was also linked to former One Direction member, Niall Horan.
She’s been single for two years and the ‘Revelacion’ singer is completely fine with it.
Sel has had a lot of time to reflect on her past relationships over the past few years which she opened up about in her Vogue Australia interview.
She said quote, “I think most of my experiences in relationships have been cursed. I’ve been way too young to be exposed to certain things when I was in relationships.”
Selena’s last album in English is titled “Rare” and the singer revealed why the word became so important to her.
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“I guess I needed to find what was that word for me, because I felt so less than in past relationships, and never really felt equal,” she said. “So that word to me – when I first heard it used in the single Rare with one of the writers, I just said this is what I want to feel about myself. So it wasn’t even necessarily like: ‘Oh, I feel that way, let me sing it.’ It was almost like: ‘Actually, I need to feel that way about myself.’”
While she didn’t feel “rare” in her past relationships, Sel revealed that her immediate family and chosen family have made her feel that way. She is surrounded by “real people.”
In the same interview, Gomez reflected on how the media made a mockery of her mental health situation saying, “I’ve been to four treatment centers. I think in mental health, I never understood the stigma until I went to my first treatment center, because that was years ago,” she said. “But then there was a photograph that got out, and it’s wild to see how mean they were.”
“It was like: ‘She’s the next this person, she’s the childhood star,’ whatever. And: ‘She’s doing drugs.’ They’re saying all this stuff about me,” Gomez, who shared her bipolar disorder diagnosis last year, continued. “I’m watching all of that change, slowly but surely, because now, if any media outlet made fun of me, they’re the ones that look like the asshole because we don’t tolerate that anymore.”