Selena Gomez, Cara Delevingne and Taylor  Swift
LOS ANGELES, CA - AUGUST 30: (L-R) Model Cara Delevingne, recording artists Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift arrive to the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on August 30, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. C Flanigan/Getty Images


  • Selena Gomez said in her Rolling Stone interview that Taylor Swift is her "only friend in the industry"
  • Gomez's pal Francia Raísa commented, "Interesting," in response to the singer's statement
  • Raisa and Gomez have been friends for years, with the former donating her kidney to the singer in 2017

Selena Gomez seemingly clapped back after her actress pal Francia Raisa appeared to raise an eyebrow at the singer's latest interview.

The "Rare" singer responded to the speculation that her comment about Taylor Swift being her "only friend in the industry" was a dig against Raisa, who donated a kidney to Gomez five years ago.

"Sorry I didn't mention every person I know," Gomez commented via TikTok on a clip of Stephanie Tleiji (@stephwithdadeets) explaining the perceived drama, Us Weekly reported.

The issue started with Gomez's Rolling Stone cover story, where the "Ice Cream" singer spoke about her tight-knit inner circle and named Swift her only true friend pal in Hollywood.

"I never fit in with a cool group of girls that were celebrities. My only friend in the industry really is Taylor, so I remember feeling like I didn't belong," Gomez said in the interview, which dropped Thursday.

The quote was highlighted in an Instagram post, where Raisa, 34, commented, "Interesting." Her comment was deleted shortly after, according to Us Weekly.

Fans also noticed that she is not following Gomez on Instagram.

Raisa and Gomez have been friends for 15 years. They first met in 2007 when they visited a children's hospital together. A decade later, the "How I Met Your Father" star donated her kidney to the "Calm Down" singer.

In 2017, Gomez shared that she'd undergone a kidney transplant at just 24, due to lupus-related organ damage. She posted on Instagram a photo of her and Raisa lying on a hospital bed while holding hands.

In the caption, Gomez explained that she was aware that her fans had been wondering why she was laying low and didn't promote her new music before explaining that she needed to undergo the organ transplant "for my overall health."

Gomez thanked everyone who helped her prior to and post-surgery, including her family and doctors. She also made a special mention of Raisa.

"There aren't words to describe how I can possibly thank my beautiful friend, Francia Raisa," Gomez wrote. "She gave me the ultimate gift and sacrifice by donating her kidney to me. I am incredibly blessed. I love you so much, sis."

Raisa notably was not mentioned in Gomez's "My Mind & Me" documentary despite the film covering the last six years of her life. The doc featured Gomez's visits to her hometown in Texas, press tour, volunteer trip to Kenya and visits to mental health facilities. It also showcased how the limelight and stardom affected her personal life.

"Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me" premiered Friday on Apple TV+.

27. Selena Gomez - An American singer, actress, and producer, Selena Gomez actually started her career by appearing on the television series Barney & Friends, before eventually pursuing a musical and film career. Additionally, she’s the first ever person to hit 100 million followers on her Instagram account. Photo by Tibrina Hobson/Getty Images