I see these young girls ...
"I think that our world is going through a lot obviously".
Over the past year, the "Back to You" singer has visibly taken a step back from Instagram, posting only sporadically or when she's promoting a new project.
"It just scares me, that's all", Gomez said.
"It was on February 2019, hardly two months after Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas" wedding, came about the first-ever pictures from her little brother, Siddharth Chopra's roka ceremony.
"I understand that it's unbelievable to use your platform, but it does scare me when you see how exposed these young girls and young boys are, and they are not really aware of the news or anything going on. I think it's unsafe for sure".
But the star also recently revealed that she still isn't a big fan of social media and what it's doing to this generation! "These are real lives you guys are talking about real emotions stop acting like you know anything about anything. go to school read your books and focus on your own personal life".
Gomez further shared, "It can be great in moments, but I'd just be careful and allow yourself some time limits - when to use it, and when you shouldn't".
According to Murray, he told Vanity Fair, "I don't remember what I said", adding, "I was trying to keep her at ease". Her mom wrote, "Close old book and write new story", while her dad posted, "We are with you; Feel the expanse of the universe and be the star you were born to be".
And, yes, that can't help but involve the influence of social media.
Deepika Padukone made a stunning appearance in a red Prabal Gurung gown at last year's Met Gala.
She also cancelled a concert tour in 2016 to recover from similar mental health issues. A study released in 2017 showed that there has been a dramatic rise in teen suicides since 2011 - a rise, the study suggested, that could be linked to social media use, cyberbullying, and the temptation most social media users have to portray their lives as "perfect" and "Insta-worthy".