Selena Gomez explained her short absence from social media on Wednesday and told fans that they can expect more content from her soon.

Gomez, 28, talked about her social media break in a video posted on Instagram on Thursday.

She started her post, saying "I wanted to take some time to do a quick message for you guys because I haven't been posting that much."

Gomez told her social media followers that she loves and missed them. She told them how excited she was that "there's so many exciting things" coming up from her end to give to her fans.

Gomez Needed to Step Back

A Fox News report said Gomez felt the need to "take a step back" from her social media platforms with the current state of the world. The actress, however, did not dive into specific issues.

The news reports noted that her comments may point to recent racial tensions and protest movements.

For Gomez, it "felt a little insensitive" to post about the exciting projects lined up for her due to the the serious matters that took place this year, the E! Online reported.

She felt that with everything happening at the beginning of the year, to post about "things that may be a little just joyful or [celebratory]" was not right, and added that the past months have been hard for her.

Gomez, however, pointed out that she took it upon herself to learn "...truly learn, about what's going on and I continue to make that my priority."

After her break, fans can see more of her on social media, she said. The singer told her fans that she will be "a little bit more involved" on top of posting about her personal life on social media and what she had been working on lately.

What's Coming for Selena Gomez

The start of 2020 had been a good one for Gomez. She had just released her long-awaited third studio album, "Rare," in January. It hit number one on the Billboard 200.

She also announced the summer launch of her Rare Beauty brand, that may be one of the "exciting things" she said was coming up in her video posting.

HBO Max also casted Gomez to host her own quarantine cooking show for the summer, the platform announced in May.

In late May, however, when racial tensions started to rise, the star shifted her social media platform to speak up against racial discrimination.

She posted on June 18, saying she was grateful for all the people who spoke to her directly. She was blown away by other people's eagerness to teach and for their passion in making sure the voices of those who took part in the movement were not silenced.

"Educating ourselves is the first step if we hope to make any progress in bringing an end to systemic racism," she said.

The People Magazine reported on the singer's 28th birthday earlier this month. The occasion was marked with a sweet Instagram post of her wearing a gold dress in front of giant pink balloons. In the caption, she said she left her phone for most of the day "to be present in the moment."

She earlier urged her 180 million social media followers to educate themselves on current issues and vote.

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