Selena Gomez Disses Justin Bieber's Lover In The Video ' All That Matters'

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By Sonalee singh | December 6, 2013 7:17 PM EST

Justin Bieber's video vixen claims Selena Gomez dissed her for kissing the singer on camera.

It seems Selena Gomez is not happy with the way Justin Bieber makes out with a model in his new song " All That Matters". The model Caillin Russo who stars with Bieber has claimed that Gomez dissed her with a sexy instagram pic after the  video of  " All That Matters" was released.

According to reports of NYDailynews.com, "Gomez dissed her in an Instagram post after she saw Russo's steamy on-camera embrace with her former flame."

The 21-year-old singer posted a make-up less selfie on instagram with a caption, "I thought he only liked the Latina category. Smh... #nomakeup #hatewhengirlssaythat."

Bieber has filmed some intense kissing scenes with Russo and seemingly this did not go very well with Selena-- as it was previously claimed that Justin's song "All That Matters" is about Selena Gomez. However, if the video has anything to go by then Justin is clearly trying to make Selena Gomez jealous.

Regarding Selena's make-up less selfie, Russo told Cosmopolitan magazine, "It was clearly directed at him with me in the video, but like I said I was just doing my job. Selena is a superstar, and I'm just a girl in a video. She's his ex, and I'm sure they still have feelings for each other."

Since their break-up Selena and Justin are playing various antics to tell each other that they still have feelings for each other. Selena has cried on stage while singing love ballads whereas Justin's post-break up songs are evidently directed towards Selena Gomez.

We wonder if Selena and Justin are making each other jealous, why don't they save everyone the trouble and just get back together for good?

Let us what do you think about Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber. 

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