Selena Gomez is done talking about her rehab stint in 2014!
The Rise songstress covered GQ's May issue, and as we previously reported, opened up to the glossy about growing up in the spotlight.
Her newly released interview sheds a lot more light on her past, and explains why she chose to enter a treatment facility without a single explanation.
Secretly battling the auto-immune disease lupus, Selly was treated with chemotherapy during her two-week stay.
Related: Selena Shares A Mini Update On Her Battle With Lupus
But when asked about her diagnosis, the 23-year-old provided:
"First off, this is something that everyone always wants to fixate on. I got diagnosed with lupus. My mom had a very public miscarriage. So I had to cancel my tour. I needed time to just be okay. And I was going through leukemia and I went to two different locations for those treatments. It's really frustrating, because I am 100 percent allowed to have that, but I think people just want to have some sort of—"
The writer, Zach Baron, did note that Selena probably meant chemotherapy instead of leukemia.
She continued to explain:
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