Selena Gomez Fans Are Flipping Their S*** After Dolce & Gabbana Called Her ‘So Ugly’

When it comes to celebrity fandoms, you really don’t want to mess with them and their “icon” that they “stan.”

All across social media (if you care to truly look), there are dozens of social media accounts dedicated to numerous celebrities that have big names in the entertainment industry–like, the most followed star on Instagram, Selena Gomez. If you look on Instagram/Twitter/Tumblr, you will be floored to see the number of fan accounts dedicated to following her life, posting photos of her, and sharing updates about her career/relationships/friendships/family. It’s truly astonishing how much time people have on their hands.

While Selena Gomez stans are usually feeling optimistic and blessed to see their girl thriving, they’re currently pretty damn angry after some drama went down on Instagram involving their girl Sel.

An Instagram account for the website known as “The Catwalk Italia,” which is dedicated to sharing the latest in designer and celebrity fashion, posted photos of Selena Gomez wearing several red dresses.

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The account asked followers to “choose their favorite look.”

While she looks flawless in all five dresses, one big name designer wasn’t into it at all. In fact, he basically took time out of his day to call the singer and actress ugly.

Stefano Gabbana is one of the two lead Italian fashion designers behind the brand “Dolce & Gabbana.” Along with Domenico Dolce, the two have created a fashion empire. However, many are not his biggest fan after he left a rather rude and petty comment on the Instagram post calling Gomez “So ugly.”

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Selena Gomez fans immediately began commenting on the post in response to Stefano with some rather strong words.

Fans also started defending Gomez on Twitter.

 

Additionally, it seems as though Stefano Gabbana has begun blocking people who call him out for the rude comments on his social media profiles.

It just goes to show you, folks–do not mess with stans. They will come for you like no other. And, they will ruin your life (or, at least your social media reputation).