Saturday , October 23 2021

"FACE OF PORK" Selena Gomez is INSULTED in social networks (PHOTOS)


The singer Selena Gomez dazzled with her elegance at the recent gala at the Cannes Film Festival in 2019, but despite her strength, there was no need for anyone to criticize her for her appearance.

After her presentation on the red carpet was harassed in social networks by dozens of enemies who offended her with harsh comments by her physical appearance.

We must remember that Selena Gomez went through very complicated times, she separated from Justin Bieber, she contracted Lupus, she is being medicated and she is recovering after being hospitalized.

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Selena Gomez.

Apparently, many of those who criticized have no compassion because she was cruelly offended by the figure she showed at the Cannes Film Festival, where she is promoting: "The dead do not die."

Selena Gomez.

Unfortunately, it seems that enemies do not know the word compassion because they criticized the singer again after her appearance at the Cannes Film Festival where she is promoting:The dead do not die"

Selena Gomez.


  • Why is it so bloated?
  • You do not look very healthy.
  • Did you just give birth?
  • You look very fat
  • You look like a pig.
  • Looks like a bulldog
  • Your belly is going to explode.

Selena Gomez.

Before these offensives, the actress also expressed at a press conference at the Cannes Film Festival that what worries her most are the people who are victims of social networks and are affected by these comments:

Selena Gomez.

"Social networks have been terrible for my generation.I'm afraid to see some girls devastated by the misuse that some people give.I admit that I have to say this more to myself than to my followers, but I want them to know that I will be there to tell them that I understand them "

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