Selena Gomez Feuding With BFF Francia Raisa Who Donated Her Kidney

The 'Hands to Myself' singer and the 'Grown-ish' actress reportedly had a fight over the former's 'unhealthy choices,' after Selena broke her promise to stop drinking.

AceShowbiz - Selena Gomez is no longer on speaking terms with her BFF Francia Raisa, two years after she received a kidney transplant from her actress friend. The former Disney darling has apparently upset her best friend for living an unhealthy lifestyle, after dealing with such serious health issues in 2017.

After Selena's organs began to fail due to her lupus, Raise gave one of her kidneys to the 27-year-old singer/actress. After the surgery in summer of 2017, she admitted that she would have died without Raisa, and said she was going to dedicate herself to getting healthy.

But the "Monte Carlo" star allegedly disappointed her friends as a source tells, "Selena did the exact opposite of what she said she was going to do when she got well again. She said she was not going to drink anymore, but she did."

An upset Raisa "called Selena out" on her behavior as she still "cares about her and she loves her." The source recalls, "She told her that she was just really making some unhealthy choices, and that she was concerned for her."

But Selena allegedly did not take Raisa's advice well. When the 31-year-old actress confronted the "Wolves" songstress about her drinking behavior, they got into a fight and Selena has since "shut her out." A so-called insider tells the site that "they haven't talked at all since October."

The source adds that months after their fight, "Selena is in a better place" now, but has not patched things up with Raisa. "But because of everything that they've been through together, Selena doesn't know if she can ever really be a part of Francia's life again," the source shares.

In late last year, it was reported that Selena had a mental breakdown after she was hospitalized over a low white blood cell count. She later checked into an East Coast psychiatric facility, where she underwent DBT, or dialectical behavior therapy, which focuses on teaching patients mindfulness, healthy communication and behavioral patterns, emotional regulation and how to better respond to negative events.

As for Raisa, she admitted that she went through a hard time following her transplant surgery. She said she was so weak that "I couldn't pick up my dog - he's 16 pounds. That was rough. I couldn't walk him."

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