Selena Gomez Faces Jestful Jabs from Ryanair After Social Media Behavior

International pop sensation Selena Gomez found herself in the spotlight of a playful feud with Ryanair, a prominent low-cost airline. The altercation began when Ryanair took to social media to poke fun at the star’s social media behavior. The incident has sparked amusement and curiosity among fans and the public alike.

Selena Gomez found herself at the receiving end of playful banter from Ryanair after what was seemingly the shortest social media break in history. Despite claiming that she would be stepping away from social media, the star’s hiatus lasted less than 24 hours.

The “Only Murders In The Building” star announced her break just a day ago, sharing a photo of her boyfriend Benny Blanco playing with children, accompanied by the caption, “I’m off social for a while. I’m focusing on what really matters.” She has claimed that she has taken a break from social media before.

However, before the expiration of the Instagram story announcing her supposed social media hiatus, Selena Gomez made a swift U-turn, posting again and earning the label of ‘annoying’ from some fans

In a pic capturing a moment with Gordon Ramsay, Selena Gomez captioned the Instagram story, “@gordongram ventured into my kitchen, giving me a crash course on to make an amazing breakfast burger.”

Ryanair Response

Capitalizing on Selena Gomez’s swift return to social media, Ryanair, known for its social media wit, embraced the opportunity to playfully engage with the trending situation. The airline’s account shared the news of her prompt comeback and commented, “‘If ‘I’m never flying Ryanair ever again’ was a person.”

Reactions To Selena Gomez Instagram hiatus

Reactions poured in following Selena Gomez’s remarkably brief Instagram hiatus. A fan page tweeted, “Selena Gomez is back on Instagram, 18 hours after announcing a social media break.”

The Selena Gomez-Ryanair banter exemplifies the influential role that social media plays in shaping public perception and driving conversations. It also underscores the ability of brands to leverage trending topics to boost their online presence and engage with a broader audience.

Published by HOLR Magazine.