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Selena Gomez Declares She’ll Never Be a Meme Again

Selena Gomez, the talented actress of “Only Murders in the Building,” has shown her sense of humor regarding her unexpected rise to meme fame. After her genuine reactions at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) went viral, Gomez expressed her honest feelings to fans and the online community.

Gomez found herself in the spotlight at the VMAs, with fans turning her reactions into memorable memes. One particularly notable moment happened when the nominees for the best R&B video category were announced, featuring Chris Brown, who has faced accusations of violence against women and infamously assaulted his ex-girlfriend, Rihanna, in 2009. While this caught the attention of the internet, Gomez’s fans may not have expected her response to the memes.

In a recent Instagram Story, Gomez announced that she has no intention of becoming a meme again, expressing her desire to avoid viral internet fame.


This is not the first time Gomez has been in the spotlight online. Her candid and relatable moments, both on and off the red carpet, have endeared her to fans and meme lovers. In the past, she has even shared funny memes about herself on her own Instagram account, showing that she appreciates a good laugh.

Beyond the memes, Gomez has been vocal about her relationship with social media and its impact on her mental health. She has emphasized the importance of taking breaks and prioritizing her well-being, which resonates with many in today’s digital age.

In a world where social media can often feel overwhelming, Selena Gomez’s openness and ability to stay grounded even in unexpected situations make her a relatable and beloved figure both on and off the screen.

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