After Calling Out 'Billboard,' Selena Gomez Made Her Instagram Private


And while the significance of the five-foot teddy bear reference from her Billboard interview remains unclear, it appears as if making her Instagram account private may have had to do with her recent coverage in the media.

After spending almost her entire life in the spotlight, Gomez put the breaks on her tour last summer to go to a psychiatric facility in Tennessee.

The "Wolves" singer, 25, shared a screenshot on her Instagram Story of the first paragraph from her cover story for the magazine's 2017 Woman of the Year issue.

"Never will I let another human guess my words ever again, or invite them in my home".

Fans believe that Selena is incredibly upset at her recent Billboard interview where a reporter was allowed inside her home for an exclusive chat with the star. "The most ridiculous part of that is no one knowing my heart when I say things". Who knows, but fans are also sharing this (now-deleted) Instagram Story, in which Selena writes she "need [s] some alone time".

All eyes on her!

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Selena Gomez may have been named Billboard's Woman of the Year, but she's not too happy about the publication's "hurtful" feature story on her.

After becoming the most followed figure on Instagram back in March, the Texan told Vogue: 'I sort of freaked out. It's what I woke up to and went to sleep to.

"It's not something I try to keep up", she said of her 'gram.

'.It felt like I was seeing things I didn't want to see, like it was putting things in my head that I didn't want to care about. "But I feel like I'll come to Sydney every year, at least once". Which is why I'm kind of under the radar, ghosting it a bit'. Justin Bieber, perhaps? After all, the two are rumored to have gotten back together after she split from The Weeknd.

It comes after the "Sorry" hitmaker previously admitted to having ups and downs in his relationship with his dad, after Jeremy - who was just 18 when he became a father to Justin - left "for like a year" when the singer was four.