Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez's grandparents want her to come back to her humble roots. Reuters

Selena Gomez is currently nursing a broken heart after her break up with Justin Bieber and she's just returned from an inspiring and peace seeking trip from Nepal.

"This visit to Nepal was extraordinarily powerful -- at times devastating and heartbreaking, but also incredibly inspiring," the Monte Carlo star said in a press release about her trip as a Unicef spokesperson.

In an interview with radar online, Ricardo and Mary Gomez spoke about the 'Come & Get It' singer's life threatening lupus, her rehab stints and her toxic relationship with the Baby singer.

The grandparents of the former Disney star are worried that their little girl may not return from the wrong path.

"We just saw in some newspaper that she was doing drugs," Ricardo told the website. "I called her and said, [you] need to watch out ..."

The grandparents of the songstress also confirmed her battle with a life threatening disease called lupus.

"She's in treatment," Ricardo reveals. "She's getting along pretty good."

The Spring Breakers star's grandmother blames the turbulent relationship with Bieber and work exhaustion for Gomez's breakdown.

"She was working a lot, she was exhausted. She hardly takes some time out. There was some pressure, first because it's a lot of work," Mary Gomez said during the interview.

"She was worried a lot about Justin," the pop star's grandfather added.

"The doctor was telling her she needs to take some time out. It's just too much pressure what she's going through. It's just too much! She doesn't have a single day's break. ... It's getting to the point with all this pressure ...that it's too much."