In her new documentary, Selena Gomez does not even mention the name of her close friend who donated her kidney to save her life – Francia Raisa.
Selena Gomez is currently facing a wave of fierce criticism after giving an interview to Rolling Stone to promote her new documentary called My Mind & Me.
Specifically, in this interview, Selena affirmed that her only friend in the entertainment industry is Taylor Swift. “I have never been able to fit in with trendy girls and famous stars. My only close friend in this industry is Taylor Swift,” Selena Gomez answered in an interview with Rolling Stone. .
Immediately after that, the audience was extremely surprised when the former Disney star did not mention the friend who donated her kidney in 2017 – Francia Raisa. Francia is also an American actress who has starred in many popular series such as Grown-ish and How I Met Your Father.
Not only was the audience angry, but even actress Francia was upset when she was not considered a friend by Selena Gomez in this interview. After the article was posted, the actress commented right below: “Really interesting.” Not stopping there, she also immediately unfollowed her friend on social networks.
Francia Raisa is ready to donate her kidney to her best friend Selena Gomez. The image was posted by Selena on her personal website. (Photo: Instagram)
Many viewers even pointed out that Selena was disrespectful to Francia Raisa by not mentioning her friend in the documentary My Mind & Me . The problem here is, this is a documentary released by Selena Gomez to help the audience understand the difficulties and diseases she had to cope with to get where she is today. However, the benefactor who donated her kidney to help her overcome the disease was never mentioned by name in this film.
The friendship between Selena and Francia was once considered a Hollywood symbol of friendship when Francia was willing to donate her kidney to the singer Lose You To Love Me in 2017. At that time, Selena’s health was very weak due to illness. Lupus, however, thanks to a kidney donation, the female singer had a chance to recover.