Taylor Swift Mean To Selena Gomez; 'Bad Blood' Singer Made Gomez Feel Bad About Herself and Lucky To Be Around Her

By Daniela Lozano , Updated Dec 20, 2016 09:03 AM EST

It seems like the feud between Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift goes on, as the two have not been seen together for a long time now. Is the "Bad Blood" singer the real reason for Gomez's rehab?

Taylor Swift could be the reason why Selena Gomez felt bad about herself and why she needed to check herself into a rehabilitation center. According to RadarOnline, Swift had been trying to one-up Gomez, as she wanted her to feel like she is lucky enough to be one of her friends. "Taylor [Swift] is always trying to one-up Selena [Gomez], and make it look like Selena is just lucky to be her friend. Selena is just completely over it," an observer claimed.

The publication added that there could really be a bad blood between the two bestfriends for years. The "Love You Like A Love Song" songstress even rejected the invitation of Swift to her 27th birthday party. Gomez reportedly want to isolate herself from the bad influences in her life and that allegedly includes Swift. Their friendship is apparently toxic to Gomez, which is why she wants to cut ties with her blonde ex-best friend.

The "Hands To Myself" singer is reportedly doing great after completing her rehabilitation in Tennessee. In fact, Daily Mail unveiled that Gomez will be working for Coach and she will be the newest ambassador of the brand. She will also get the opportunity to design a piece of bag with the creative director of the luxury brand, Stuart Vevers.

Vevers has finally confirmed the news about Gomez being the new model of the brand. He said Gomez embodies the woman he wanted to portray in the next line of the famous label. He said she is perfect for the role since she has a confident, cool attitude mixed with charm and romance.

Selena Gomez had already worked with K-Mart and Adidas Neo in the past, while Taylor Swift signed up with Keds and other famous brands too.

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