Selena Gomez Says Social Media Has Been 'Terrible' For Her Generation


"I don't do a lot of pointless pictures".

Gomez who has 150 million Instagram followers, was past year overtaken by footballer Cristiano Ronaldo as the most followed person on the platform, and she has previously taken lengthy breaks from social media.

Ishita had posted a picture of herself with the caption, "Back in London, Time to focus on work".

The 16-year-old from Kuching in eastern Sarawak state died after posting the poll Monday on the Facebook-owned platform.

Gomez, who has more than 150 million Instagram followers, has also posted less on social media than many other celebs amid her struggles.

She continued, "It does scare me when you see how exposed these young boys and young girls are. They're not really aware of the news or anything going on". "I think it's unsafe for sure if people aren't getting the right information sometimes".

In light of her own massive social media presence, Gomez was asked what celebrities and tech industry giants could do to make the online world less toxic. I think for me I like to be intentional with it.

One of her co-stars, the legendary Bill Murray, is also a big fan of Gomez, and the two made headlines when he whispered something in her ear at the Cannes red carpet. She wrote, "Happy Mother's day Mom You've always been so strong and supported me in all my decisions, Specially in the past 1 month Always grateful for your blessings and support".

"She's looked up to by so many people", he said.

"It just scares me, that's all", Gomez said.

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Murray, 68, waxed philosophical about movie acting as the seas rise and the planet overheats. Speaking about the same, Madhu ji had shared with the portal, "We are disappointed but what can you do when a person is unwell?"

"This is how I operate", he added, "this is my little ice flow that I stand on and I hope it doesn't melt".