Justin Bieber Releases New Emotional Song to Diss Selena Gomez, ‘Come & Get It’ Singer Fights Back
By charmaine corne clutton | May 26, 2014 8:10 AM EST
Things are getting really emotional and nasty between on-and-off couple Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez. According to a report by Hollywood Life, Justin Bieber released an excerpt of a newly released single that is allegedly aimed at Selena Gomez.
The "Beauty and a Beat" singer is proclaiming to the whole world that he is hurting in a new song clip that he unabashedly posted on his Instagram account last May 24. However, fans of "Jelena" were quick to react-claiming that the song clip was aimed for his on-and-off girlfriend Selena Gomez. The song clip is very short and aims to be a sneak peek for a bigger hit.
"You know exactly what to do to hurt me-it's working-it's working," Justin Bieber sang in the short clip that he posted in his Instagram account last May 24.
The possible message for Selena comes after the "Come & Get It" singer is said to finally be moving on from the Canadian pop star. Selena has been a little public in dissing Justin Bieber's penchant for dating models as seen in one reply to her fan in her Instagram account.
One fan commented "oooooo you need to get her back boy" to which Selena Gomez curtly and shortly replied: "He'd rather models."
Justin Bieber has been embroiled in recent controversies involving a host of beautiful and stunning models. Justin Bieber has been linked to fitness model Yovanna Ventura, whom he also allegedly surprised with roses as a romantic gesture. Justin Bieber has also allegedly rekindled the flame between his ex-fling Barbara Palvin after they were pictured getting pretty close and personal during the Cannes Film Festival last May 22. Bieber was also spotted heavily flirting with Victoria's Secret Model Adriana Lima at a nightclub in France, although the newly-divorced model did not reciprocate.
Could Justin Bieber's newly released song clip be an actual diss to his former flame and longtime girlfriend Selena Gomez? Listen to Bieber's track.
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