Selena came out with her weakest side through her first vodcast. Claims that “People were Taking Advantage.” Find out more!


The actor-turned-singer overcame one of the harshest time of her life, lately. The ‘I Cannot Get Enough’ star has faced a turmoil after her breakup with her longtime ‘Baby’ boyfriend, Justin Bieber. Her rehab tour for the psychological tensions she was going through has indeed helped her to emerge as a healthy human being. The 27-year-old singer-actress, through her first vodcast, ‘Giving Back Generation,’ came out with her views and thoughts that helped her develop and reform her personality. She also claimed that specific incidents of her life had taught her some valuable lessons of life. The vodcast features Courtney Barry, Raquelle Stevens, and Ashley Cook along with Selena. With her three best friends, the young talent expressed her mind about ‘friendship and life lessons.’

In her vodcast, Selena accepted the fact that she was taken for granted by many, which were a result of her easy-trusting nature. She quoted, “Before I was such a wild card, I would tell everybody my story, I would invite people into my home. However, I think what I learned about trust is just not to spread myself so thin, and I began to trust all of you because you allowed for that to happen…. People were taking advantage of me.”Further, Gomez continued with her words and told that she was mischief to her group. She stated, “I am the troublemaker of the group, a little mischievous. I like to make things interesting.

Moreover, I feel that it is a crucial part of friendship. Furthermore, I have the safest people to do that with. For me, I like, I do not know, that is what I love, I love getting reactions out of Ashley, I love performing, I love adventure.”The vodcast came more in view as Selena’s ex, Justin Bieber’s wife, Hailey Baldwin winked at the episode in the comment section of a picture-post uploaded on Instagram by Selena’s BFF Raquelle. Hence, it might be concluded that the starts have sorted out their differences and came to some standard terms.