Selena Gomez's Mom Warned Her About Woody Allen, But She Didn't Listen

Selena Gomez's Mom Warned Her About Woody Allen, But She Didn't Listen

Selena Gomez's feud with her mom has escalated!

Selena Gomez's mother Mandy Teefey has come out to say she was against her daughter's decision to star in Woody Allen's upcoming rom-com, A Rainy Day in NY but her advice fell on "deaf ears".

She wrote: "Sorry, no one can make Selena do anything she doesn't want to do".

Teefey actually responded to the IG comment and said that she talked to Gomez and tried to tell her not to work with Allen, but it did no good.

Mandy and Selena now have a strained relationship, with Mandy pretty much confirming that she doesn't exactly approve of her daughter's boyfriend, Justin Bieber.

Probably what was most surprising about the blunt comments was when Teefey wrote, "No matter how hard you try, it falls on deaf ears". "It falls on deaf ears", Mandy wrote.

Until they saw who directed the film: Woody Allen. "I will always be her mother". Teefey sacrificed her job as Gomez's manager to regain their mother-daughter relationship, and now, she's telling fans that they need to let Gomez be her own person as well.

But she side-stepped questions about Dylan Farrow's allegations and working with Allen in light of the #MeToo movement raising awareness about supporting victims of sexual assault. He recently shared a message on Instagram that although he can't speak about his decision to star in the movie just yet, he did want everyone to know that he's planning to donate his entire salary he made from the film to three charities: Time's Up, the LGBT Center of NY, and RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network).

Allen has denied the allegations.

She then quipped: "I am pretty sure I am banned from that hospital [now]".

Apparently, the other close members of Selena's family are also anxious about the singer's reunion with Bieber, but the Never Say Never hitmaker is determined to prove to Selena's loved ones that he's different and more matured this time around. That's something, yes, I had to face and discuss.

HollywoodLifers, do you think Selena should make a statement about Woody Allen?

Selena has yet to address the criticism about the film which is due out later this year. "It's time to shift the balance in the workplace, from representing the few to representing us all", she captioned the photo.

Despite her questionable film role, Selena voiced her support for Time's Up on New Year's Day when she posted a graphic for the campaign on Instagram.



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