Francia Raisa has expressed concerns that Selena Gomez is still in a feud with her after she declined to answer questions about their friendship.
When a TMZ paparazzo asked the “How I Met Your Dad” actress why she still hasn’t followed Gomez on social media, Raísa simply replied, “Sunday is so fun… I’m Francia, hanging out with my boyfriend.” dog.”
The 34-year-old actress, who donated her kidney to Gomez in 2017, praised what a beautiful day she had and continued to answer questions about whether they stayed in touch.
However, Raisa acknowledged that she avoided any questions about Gomez, 30, saying she was “really good at this game” because she is from the San Fernando Valley, known as “The Valley”.
In a final attempt to get a response from Raísa, the pope asked Gomez if he would donate his kidney “again”, causing him to say, “I would definitely talk to someone again about organ donation and the process.”
Noting that she went through the organ donation process “several times”, Raisa said it was “worth it”.
The “Secret Life of American Teen” actress donated her kidney to Gomez in 2017 during the singer’s ongoing battle with lupus.
Despite their irreplaceable bond, the feud between the two longtime friends began to boil in November 2022 after Gomez named Taylor Swift her “only friend in the industry.”
“I never fit into a cool girl group that was famous. My only friend in the industry is really Taylor [Swift]so I remember feeling like I didn’t belong,” Gomez told Rolling Stone at the time.
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“Interesting,” Raisa replied to the interview with a comment she had made under an Instagram post since it was deleted.
After the interview, fans noticed that Raisa no longer follows Gomez on social media, although the singer follows her.
However, in March 2023, the “Lose You to Love Me” singer called Raisa her “best friend” and suggested that the two may have worked things out.
“My best friend. Her name is Francia. “No, I’m definitely being tested,” Gomez said in an interview with Apple TV+’s “Dear…”.
“In three days, he’s gone [get tested]and it was a match. And it was one of those moments when I felt like I was being watched. I know I was very very very lucky”
He continued, “I will never, ever, ever owe anyone more than Francia. The idea of someone who wouldn’t even second guess that he was a donor was incredibly overwhelming.