Justin Biebers wax figure immortalizes his Selena Gomez tattoo
1 March 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Justin Bieber’s tattoo of Selena Gomez near his hand has been immortalized after a wax figure of the “Sorry” singer has been completed.
Gomez, 23, and Bieber, 22, have finally broken up in 2014 after years of being an on-again-off-again couple since 2012. Madame Tussauds has revealed a new wax figure of a shirtless Bieber with the more than 50 tattoos on his body.
The wax figure shows the abs of Bieber and him sporting a pair of leather pants. The tattoo, which is said to be gotten by the singer in honor of the “Hands To Myself” singer was inked back in 2013. The ink comes after reports have surfaced saying that Bieber and Gomez have gotten back together following their 2012 split.
In a recent interview with GQ this February, Bieber talked about his Gomez tattoo. He said in a behind-the-scenes interview about the meanings behind his tattoos, “This is my ex-girlfriend. I kinda tried to cover her face up with some shading, but people still know.” Neither Gomez nor Bieber have commented on the wax figure of the “What Do You Mean Singer.”
However, Gomez has threatened that she will be deleting her Instagram account as people are full of drama. On February 28, Gomez said that she wants to delete her account after fans said that the song she was singing had something to do with Bieber.
A video of Gomez has surfaced online showing her singing along to Lil Wayne’s song entitled “Single.” Fans speculated that Gomez was taking aim at her ex-boyfriend. She then took to Instagram to upload screenshots of fans suggesting that the song was about Bieber. She wrote in the caption: “THAT’S A JOKE. I WAS SINGING BACK TO LIL WAYNE. MY LIFE ISN’T ABOUT MY EX.”
This is not the first time that Gomez talked about the possibility of deleting her accounts. She shared during her cover interview for W Magazine that her accounts on Twitter, Instagram , Facebook and many more will disappear in the future.
She said, “In a few years. I’ll give all of it up. I’m utilizing social media right now because of my age and because, to be honest, everybody else in the world was talking about me, so I wanted a f*** ing say.”