Selena Gomez sings in Spanish for the first time in her new video “De Una Vez”
Selena Gomez, the international star, launched her latest songs yesterday, Thursday, which she presented in Spanish, for the first time in her career entitled De Una Vez, which on YouTube has achieved nearly five and a half million views so far within only 14 hours, and topped an advanced level of the site’s trend The famous.
Selena Gomez releases her first songs in Spanish
Selena Gomez confirmed in her statements after the song was launched, that she prepared a lot for that surprise, which she considers one of the most important songs that she presented, and the clip, after its release, won the admiration of a number of her fans and friends who congratulated her after she launched the promo through her Instagram account.
The goal of Selena Gomez’s new song
Selena said in her statements that the new song is beautiful and that she believes that it has a very strong meaning and loyalty to anyone who has previously broken his heart. Leaving the past behind and forgiving, but most importantly, it is also about strength, moving forward, and starting the next chapter.
Source: Vogue Magazine.
Selena Gomez’s latest activities
In another context, Selena co-stars in the series “Only Murders in the Building”, with both Steve Martin and Martin Short, and tells about three strangers who share an obsession with real crimes and suddenly find themselves trapped in one crime and then a murder occurs in their apartment building in New York City They are forced to work together to find out what happened.
Also, Selena Gomez recently attacked Facebook fiercely, as it held it responsible for the loss of thousands of lives due to spreading misleading information about the virus or Covid 19, as Selena Gomez held Facebook responsible for reports that published false information about the Corona virus, which she says has fatal consequences.
The 28-year-old singer posted a link to a BBC clip showing Amy Ahmed, CEO of the Center for Combating Digital Hate (CCDH), a non-profit organization in London,
Where she said that social media companies have done nothing at all to stop the spread of false information related to vaccines and other aspects of the epidemic, citing their experiments.