Selena Gomez 'exhausted' by bullies
Selena Gomez finds bullying "exhausting".
The 'Come & Get It' hitmaker - who was recently criticised for allegedly gaining weight after she posted revealing photographs of herself in a swimsuit during a Mexican getaway on Instagram - has slammed online trolls and insists she would love to "deactivate" comments on social media accounts.
When asked during a live Google Hangout what she would most like to change about the world, she replied: "Bullying... I'd get rid of bullying. People are so mean it's exhausting.
"I would deactivate every single comment on any social media. I think that you should have an email where you can send in questions but you should be able to post what you want, say what you want, be what you want without anybody judging you or making you feel like your self-value is from an Instagram post or from people liking your post. People get so affected by that and I would change that."
Meanwhile the brunette beauty, 22, has continued to show off her curvaceous figure on the picture sharing site and reportedly feels "sexier than ever" after brushing off the unwanted criticism.
A source said: "There is no apology left in her. Selena feels sexier than ever. Criticism won't diminish her personal growth."