After Selena Gomez-The Weeknd photos surfaced, Justin Bieber thought ex-girlfriend is using co-artist for promotion of music
17 January 2017 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – New reports have surfaced claiming that Justin Bieber believes the romance of Selena Gomez and The Weeknd is nothing but for promotional purposes and publicity stunts in order to promote the new music of his ex-girlfriend.
Gomez and The Weeknd were spotted getting flirty and publicly displaying their affection for each other by kissing and hugging after having a dinner date in Los Angeles last week.
Now, reports are saying that another ex believes the romance of Gomez and The Weeknd is fake. According to reports, the “Sorry” singer thinks Gomez and The Weeknd are working on new music together and that they are only dating because it is the plan of Gomez. Allegedly, Gomez dates stars she wants to collaborate with in the future. After dating Bieber, Gomez was linked to Zedd , who she released music with later, then was linked to Nick Jonas during her Disney days.
The first drama regarding the new relationship of Gomez and The Weeknd was about his ex-girlfriend, Bella Hadid , reportedly feeling betrayed that her friend, Gomez, is dating her ex-boyfriend. A day after the photos of Gomez and The Weeknd surfaced, Hadid unfollowed Gomez on Twitter. Hadid and The Weeknd broke things off in November but sources are saying that the model has not gotten over The Weeknd yet.
Gomez, Hadid , The Weeknd , and Bieber are yet to comment on the authenticity of the reports that have been surfacing about them.
More on Bieber, he has been taking a break from social media as he deleted his Instagram account last year. However, he is now uploading new selfies and photos on Twitter to update his fans.
Gomez, on the other hand, just got back to her normal activities in Hollywood after taking a break for months last year. She entered a rehab for her mental health as a side effect of her lupus diagnosis.
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