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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Selena Gomez To Take Time Off Due To Anxiety And Depression From Lupus

Selena Gomez needs some time away from the spotlight.
The singer, who recently wrapped up herRevival world tour, released a statement today to explain to fans that she's decided to take some time off to focus on her health and the unfortunate side effects of lupus diagnosis.

"As many of you know, around a year ago I revealed that I have lupus, an illness that can affect people in different ways," the 24-year-old told People, who first reported the story. "I've discovered that anxiety, panic attacks and depression can be side effects of lupus, which can present their own challenges."

She continues, "I want to be proactive and focus on maintaining my health and happiness and have decided that the best way forward is to take some time off.

 Thank you to all my fans for your support. You know how special you are to me, but I need to face this head on to ensure I am doing everything possible to be my best. I know I am not alone by sharing this, I hope others will be encouraged to address their own issues."


Awwww all the best to her.I have a Nigerian friend in London who suffers from Lupus,hmmm when the pain starts eh,its always emergency.


  1. Straight to google what is lupus

    1. Eh yaaaa. If she believes in prayer, she can pray her way to miracle.

  2. Kai this is a sad news. Anyone who knows about Lupus won't even wish it for an enemy but then their is healing in the name of God. God be with you Selena. He has handled more difficult situation and yours will not be difficult for him to handle. Get well soon

  3. Healing is your children's bread. Jesus please let your healing Hands touch Selena and everyone who is suffering from one ailment or the other today. Thank you Lord. Amen.

  4. What is lupus. I remember lady gaga was saying she had it too.

    Oyibo people with too many foreign diseases. No one should cuss me. i want to know what type of disease is this.

    Selena may you be ok. Rest well you deserve it.

  5. At times its best to be ignorant.
    Lupus hian!!!
    The most rampant in Nigeria is thyphoid and malaria.
    Once you go abroad all sorts...
    Can't deal
    Selena kpele oooo

    1. There are so many cases of lupus here in Nigeria. But the thing is people attribute it to "attack" and they end up dying like fowls. One of the Oshadipe twins died of complications from Lupus.

  6. Eya.... Quick recovery Selena

  7. Aww I didn't know she had Lupus oh. Read of Toni Braxton's struggles with it. Its crazy.
    Get well soon Selena

  8. Neva knew dat illness was so terrible. Best wishes to you selena

  9. This just brought back memories.
    Back then in school,of all the medical postings I hardly came for,demartology tops the chart.
    Howbeit,of all the dermatological diseases,SLE was always my go in for an answer lol.
    It was d only thing I knew *coversface* and it was always a differential for me hahaha. Chai I sha goofed in school

    1. Do you mean to say "albeit"? I'm confused.

  10. may she be healed. lost my only sis to lupus In 2013. very horrendous experience. its

  11. We really need to educate ourselves more in Nigeria, saying Lupus is an oyinbo disease is like saying HIV is an oyinbo disease.
    It is very much in Nigeria, may not be rampant and the pains experienced by victims of lupus can be heartbreaking.The first time I heard about lupus, I was confused,how on earth will one's cells be fighting against itself.Strange isn't it?
    This brings back memories, continue to RIP sister,I miss you every day, so many things I wish to share with you and seek your opinions on but God knows best

  12. Coolio (Mama Patience Sister)31 August 2016 at 19:10

    Lupus!! Ò bu aha animanu ka òbu aha nmuo

  13. get well soon dear...lemme goan check for what lupus mean

  14. I m a Rheumatologist trainee in Nigeria.pple tend to think lupus is a disease of d white but that's not true.we currently have over 50 SLE patients on treatment.its an autoimmune disease, though not curable but it's manageable with drugs. It's unfortunate dat most doctors tend to misdiagnose d disease and also do not know how to treat it. Dey always call it malaria or typhoid n keep dosing the patient with d wrong drugs. So Pls SLE( Systemic Lupus Erythromatosus) or lupus is not rare in our country,its just generally misdiagnosed.its a disease more common in women especially women of child bearing age


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