Justin Bieber Shares Intimate Photo with Selena Gomez, Deletes it After
By Diadem Pambid | June 12, 2014 9:20 AM EST
Reports of Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez's reunion in Canada over the weekend appear to be true. The Canadian crooner posted concrete evidence of their reunion on his Instagram account. However, after a few hours, the intimate photo was deleted.
Singers Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez arrive at the 2011 Vanity Fair Oscar party in West Hollywood, California February 27, 2011.
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Over the weekend, reports surfaced on the Web that Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez had once again reunited. The couple was allegedly with Bieber's family in Canada thanks to a tweet by Victoria Nosko. Yet, a few minutes the tweet was deleted and Victoria claimed she included the wrong name which was that of Gomez.
However, it appears that Gomez did indeed spend the weekend with Justin and his family. First proof is that of Jeremy Bieber, Justin's father following the "Come & Get It" singer on Instagram. The second proof is of a photo of the "Jelena" couple shared by Justin on his Instagram account.
While the original post has since then been deleted from Bieber's Instagram page, netizens have managed to screen cap the post which may be found here. The photo shows that of Selena Gomez hugging Justin Bieber's head with her lips pressed to his neck where his patience tattoo can be seen. Bieber captioned the photo as: "Our love is Unconditional."
This is not the first time Justin has shared an intimate photo with his on-off and on again belle on Instagram. Justin had also shared a photo of him shirtless with Selena Gomez hugging him from behind.
The intimate photo has once again sent "Jelena" fans into frenzy. Does this mean that Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber are dating - again? While some fans are supportive of the reunion, not every "Selenator" and "Belieber" is. In a report by Ocean Up, a number of fans had aired their disapproval over the reunion.
"seriously? again? they just can't move on damn," comments Juliana Costa.
"But it looks kinda photoshopped. Anyways... I dunno why this kid always posts pics of them and then deletes it. Like how much attention does this kid want? Geez."
"I knew this sh*t would start again. The train has started."
How long would this reunion last this time around?
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