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Selena Gomez recently shot back at a social media user on TikTok after receiving a comment that she looked like "she's going down hill." See her iconic clap back below.


Selena Gomez has made it clear over the years that she has no time for negativity in her life.

The 29-year old took to TikTok to defend herself against a hateful comment posted recently. One user wrote,

"What's going on with her? Looks like she's going down hill but everyone in the comments is cheering her on?"

To which Gomez swiftly replied,

"Pretty sure I'm doing better than ever, but thanks for pretending to care!"

This is not the first time Selena has had to defend herself against critics either. The star opened up about the body-shaming and judgment she faces about her appearance on a daily basis as well. The singer shared a TikTok story on April 10, saying,

"So I be trying to stay skinny, but I went to Jack in the Box and I got four tacos, three egg rolls, onion rings and a spicy chicken sandwich," she said. "But honestly, I don't care about my weight because people bitch about it anyway: 'You're too small.' 'You're too big.' 'That doesn't fit.' 'Meh meh meh meh.'"

The singer concluded with this message for her haters before mouthing the lyrics, "I'm a muthaf--kin' star", to Tyga's Rack City which was playing in the background.

"Bitch, I am perfect the way I am," she noted. "Moral of the story? Bye."

While Gomez, who has over 300 million followers on Instagram creates her own online content, she has been very open about the fact that she lets her team manage her social media accounts and that she has personally not had social media for more than 4 years in light of her mental health struggles over the years.

In January of this year Selena sat down with InStyle magazine and spoke about the negative impacts of being on Instagram.

"In my early 20s, I felt like I wasn't pretty enough," she told the magazine. "There was a whole period in my life when I thought I needed makeup and never wanted to be seen without it. The older I got, the more I evolved and realized that I needed to take control of what I was feeling. I wanted to be able to look in the mirror and feel confident to be who I am."
"Taking a break from social media was the best decision that I've ever made for my mental health," Gomez, who just launched a digital mental health platform called Wondermind continued. "I created a system where I still don't have my passwords. And the unnecessary hate and comparisons went away once I put my phone down. I'll have moments where that weird feeling will come back, but now I have a much better relationship with myself."

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