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Justin Bieber does not want to comment on Charlie Puth’s diss

15 March 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Just recently, Charlie Puth was performing in Dallas and in the middle of the song “We Don’t Talk Anymore,” which features Selena Gomez, he said “f**k you Justin Bieber.”

It drew cheers from the crowd and it was caught on video, which has since been viewed many times. However, the “Sorry” crooner will reportedly not hit back on the other singer despite the diss .

An insider shared, “Justin thinks what Charlie said was a douchey move, but he is refraining from sending shade back at Charlie because it’s a bit of a ‘Charlie Who?’ situation. And also add to that, he has respect for Wiz Khalifa . Wiz and Charlie have the monster hit, ‘See You Again’ and Justin feels that if he bashes Charlie that will affect future single sales.”

The 22-year-old “What Do You Mean” singer also feels that his friend Khalifa will be involved in some sort of collateral damage if he chooses to slam 24-year-old Puth for his comments. The source added, “Justin doesn’t want to be the reason for Wiz having less money in his wallet, which he knows he would be able to do if he responded to Charlie‘s diss and attacked him. Justin is convinced he could derail Charlie‘s career in just one tweet.”

After Puth’s statements against Bieber surfaced online, he took to Twitter to apologize. The tweets were made a day after and he said: “Hey everyone. I feel like I need to clear something up. What I said at the concert last night about Justin was meant to be a joke. However, the way it was said mid song did not sound like one. I am a massive @JustinBieber fan and I have nothing but great things to say about him and his music always.” However, the tweets were deleted.

According to reports, Puth never really liked Bieber especially after Gomez talked about her relationship with the “Love Yourself” crooner. Originally, the song “We Don’t Talk Anymore” had nothing to do with Bieber and Gomez but he felt like it fits them well thus the diss recently.

The people involved in this report are yet to comment.