Nothing worse than seeing a strained mother-daughter relationship!
In recent weeks, there has been SO MUCH drama surrounding Selena Gomez and her mom Mandy Teefey! After Teefey was reportedly hospitalized after getting into an argument about Selena’s rekindled romance with Justin Bieber, the two (as of this writing) are no longer mutual Instagram friends. (Teefey follows Selena, but not the other way around.)
Recently, the 41-year-old responded to a fan about her daughter starring in Woody Allen‘s A Rainy Day in New York, saying she “had a long talk with [Selena] about not working with him and it didn’t click.”
On Tuesday, in a now-deleted Facebook post, Teefey defends her right to speak out about Selly’s affairs, and to “confirm or deny certain stories.”
“This is my LAST and ONLY comment in regards to media/comments… I have done nothing but protect my child her entire career against vile people that have way more power than me, even after I was no longer managing because I am her mom.”
The Dallas-native also defends her Woody Allen comments as fans and the media “were attacking [Selena’s] team” and telling Teefey to make her daughter apologize.
“I was drug through the mud for the entire month of December in the media and did not say a word├óΓé¼┬ª I did nothing wrong by defending myself finally and I answered the Woody Allen question because they were attacking her team and telling me to make her apologize… I am a mom first. But, I am also my own person.”
Ultimately, the mom is going to do and say whatever she wants, and you can’t tell her otherwise.
“I will never not speak my mind if I feel something is off until I die. I will always be her mother.”
Read the full post (below):
[Image via Joe/WENN.]