It's interesting how many people would like to distance themselves away from Selena Gomez now that she is back dating her on-and-off again boyfriend Justin Bieber. But the actress' "frenemy" Kylie and Kendall Jenner can't help talking smack about her on the recent MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto wherein the star won the award in the Favourite International Artist/Group category.
According to Lainey Gossip, the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star were discussing Selena's victory as they tell other people, "That bitch will be all fake and we all know that she doesn't give a shit about anyone, that she would probably accept it and then laugh at the people who voted for her."
The reality duo clearly has a lot of ill feeling about their friend who stop following them on Instagram when Kylie started hanging out with the "Baby" singer. "Kylie was so close to dating Justin before he got back with Selena, so she probably blames Selena for a golden missed opportunity," Celebdirty Laundry reports.
The Kardashian sisters and Gomez are both friendly when they have to since it's impossible for them to avoid each other. The singer managed not to bump into Kedall at the Met Ball gala in NYC on May 5, but their luck ran out when they both appeared to a private dinner party hosted by designer Eli Mizrag on May 6.
The two said their friendly greetings and Selena took the seat opposite to Kendall and spent he time talking with Sports Illustrated model Gigi Hadid, an insider told Us Weekly. With so many rumours going around, the "Spring Breakers" star just want to put the whole Justin-Jenner sisters drama behind her after all she ended up getting her man back.
For the nth time, the controversial couple have gotten back together once again and reuniting with Selena was just a perfect timing when the Canadian crooner got into trouble over those leaked racist video. "The fans and media all see Selena as this wholesome good girl who is nothing but a good influence on Justin...and he crawls back to her whenever he needs the positive PR. It's really a win/win for both of them," based on Earsucker.