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The singer returned to Instagram by posting two new photos on her Story after taking a social media break
Selena Gomez is back!
On Wednesday, the “Single Soon” singer, 31, shared new snaps on her Instagram Story following her recent break from social media.
Gomez posted photos from the kitchen of Moo’s Craft Barbecue, a Texas-inspired eatery in Los Angeles.
In one of the shots, the Only Murders in the Building star rested her elbow on a large wooden chopping board while smiling at the camera. The snap also featured a weighing scale on the kitchen counter, as well as two knives on a large chopping board.
Wearing a Moo’s Craft Barbecue apron, Gomez held onto a tray of food as she displayed a beaming smile. Per the restaurant's website, Moo’s serves Texas-inspired barbecue food with a "CaliMex twist."
The eatery's Instagram account also reposted Gomez's snaps on its Instagram Story with a love heart sticker and her song "Come & Get It" playing over the top.
The actress' social media update comes after she revealed on Oct. 31 that she would be stepping away from her social media due to the “horror, hate and Violence” in the world.
“People being tortured and killed or any act of hate towards any one group is horrific," she added on her Instagram Story at the time. She then went on to say that "ALL people” need to be protected, “especially children,” and that "violence needs to be stopped for good."
"I'm sorry if my words will never be enough for everyone or a hashtag," Gomez continued. "I just can't stand by innocent people getting hurt. That's what makes me sick. I wish I could change the world. But a post won't."
She signed off the message with, "Love, Selena."
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That same month, she opened up about her relationship with social media in an interview with Vanity Fair.
"People can call me ugly or stupid and I'm like, whatever. But these people get detailed," she said of the negative comments she receives on Instagram. "They write paragraphs that are so specific and mean. I would constantly be crying. I constantly had anxiety…I couldn't do it anymore. It was a waste of my time."
She added, "The only thing I have on my phone is TikTok because I find it to be a little less hostile. There are wonderful things about social media — connecting with fans, seeing how happy and excited they are and their stories. But usually that's filtered through [for me now]. I created a system. Everything I do I send to my assistant who posts them. As far as comments, my team will put together a few things that are encouraging."
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