Selena Gomez
Cast member Selena Gomez poses at the premiere of the film "Getaway" in Los Angeles, California August 26, 2013. The movie opens in the U.S. on August 30. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

Selena Gomez loves her fans but not the ones who steal her belongings. The “Good For You” singer recently shamed one of her fans who stole her sunglasses from her stylist and offered to return them in exchange for concert tickets.

The starlet confronted the female fan who was present at the NRJ radio station‪ in Paris on Sept. 28, where she was on air to promote her album and new single. The songstress took ample time to get her pictures clicked with her fans and she was in a happy mood. Check out the video here that shows the entire sequence of events.

At one point Gomez comes face-to-face with fan who told her she has her sunglasses. This irritated the singer but she tried to maintain her cool, even when she calls her “immature.” “That’s very immature. You have to be kind,” Gomes is seen saying as she stares the girl.

The singer also started a hashtag #KillEmWithKindness on Twitter and told the girl that she was “not a fan.” The pop singer called her actions as “absolutely disgusting” and said she would happily give away anything of hers to her fans, but not her.

Gomez is all set to release her new album, “Revival” on Oct. 9. She has also dropped a brand new single, “Me & the Rhythm” over the weekend and also announced a world tour. "The rumors are true… #REVIVALTour coming 2016!" Gomez posted in an Instagram video on Thursday.

The song reiterates what her album “Revival” is all about. The new album sees a more mature side of Gomez, who is more comfortable with her personality as a whole. In her previous interview with Flare, Gomez shared that the time has been “transitional season” for her; both on the personal and professional front.

“I had multiple revelations and big accomplishments in my life: a new label and a new team; I've been working out more and focusing on my music; and I got to do a couple of movies. I was really fighting for this transition,” she added.

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