Selena Gomez launched previously unreleased songs to raise funds to combat the COVID-19

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Selena Gomez he joined the crusade of support against the coronavirus and launched unreleased songs to raise funds to combat the pandemic. After a long wait and a lot of noise, you can already listen to the song “Boyfriend” with the release of the deluxe edition of his album “Rare”. Within A few hours to give to know the new material, the artist of 27 years it became the most spoken worldwide on Twitter.

As the rest of the world, I want to help against the pandemic. Because of this, I’m going to donate personally to the fund for aid against the COVID-19, from now, $ 1 of every order of disc“had the pop star to her millions of fans from all over the world to publicize the launch of the special version of “Rare”.

After several weeks in question, the singer finally pulled out this Thursday to the sale unreleased songs such as “Boyfriend”, “She” and “Souvenir”. However, Selena fell in love with all of his followers with “Boyfriend”, which was a trend on Twitter for her letter.

The singer told how special it is for her that song and its meaning. “Boyfriend is a happy song about fall and re-rise again and again in love, but also knowing that you do not need anyone more than yourself to be happy.”

Also provechó to clarify that “Boyfriend” has no relationship with anyone in particular and that, on the contrary, speaks of self-love: “we wrote it down long before our current crisis, but in the context of today, I want to make clear that a groom is not near my list of priorities”. And concluded: “Like the rest of the world, I pray for safety, unity, and recovery during this pandemic.”

Part of the proceeds of the album will be directed to the relief fund called Plus1 COVID-19, that focuses on directing the money to the people most affected by the disease, people who are homeless or who lost work because of the virus.

Last week the singer was in the news when you tell Miley Cyrus that was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. “I recently went to one of the best mental hospitals in north America, the hospital McClean, and after many years pass by a lot of different things I realized that I’m bipolar”, she told Selena to his colleague.

According to his testimony, it was hard to receive the diagnosis, although learn about it has brought peace of mind: “Having more knowledge would help me and not scare me to know. I think a lot of people get scared. What I’ve seen, even people in my family.”

The actress also made reference to the delicate moment that is living in the wake of the pandemic of the coronavirus: “This is very difficult… to See that there are people who do not take it seriously, it is difficult for me because I know that there are people in hospitals who are literally sacrificing their lives… You know, one of the donations that I made was to the hospital in which I discovered that I had lupus and needed a kidney transplant”.

In August of 2016, they took a break from her career to focus on her fight against lupus. For this disease was surgery and underwent a kidney transplant. In 2018 told that she suffered from problems of depression and anxiety, although at that time did not refer, as now, to a diagnosis of bipolar disorder.