Selena Gomez's BFF Raquelle Stevens Finally Responds to Documentary Backlash

After fans scrutinized the companionship between Selena Gomez and her BFF Raquelle Stevens

following the arrival of the vocalist's My Psyche and Me narrative, Raquelle is clearing up everything.

Selena Gomez's dear companion Raquelle Stevens needs to let you know something you don't have the foggiest idea.

90 days after the arrival of the vocalist's My Psyche and Me documentar

which highlighted film of Selena's kinship with the Daylight Psyche creator — Raquelle is at last answering pundits.

"Whenever you do anything public throughout everyday life, you're dependent upon assessments of others," Raquelle said during a Feb. 3

appearance on the Chicks in the Workplace web recording. "You simply don't for even a moment go there on the off chance that you're not able to have the option to take the intensity,

in any case, the greatest thing for me was that the narrative was a wonderful, lovely piece of work

that Selena so weakly imparted to the world. As the 30-year-old noted, "It was her biography, and some portion of what was remembered for that narrative

was our fellowship, which is exceptional and it tells the truth, and it's genuine."

Soon after the film was delivered in November 2022, Raquelle confronted analysis from fans

online who referred to the creator as "pompous" and "controlling" during their cooperations.

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