- Hailey Bieber responded to reports that a recent Instagram story, featuring a song called 'I'll Kill You' was about Selena Gomez.
- Selena just released new song 'Lose You To Love Me', which fans are pretty convinced is about Justin Bieber.
Wherever Justin Bieber goes, drama follows eh? The superstar might be happily married to Hailey Baldwin/Bieber now, but that Selena Gomez past just isn't going anywhere.
Last night, Selena dropped her emosh new single 'Lose You to Love Me', and fans were - naturally - convinced it's about Justin. To be fair, with lyrics like, "In two months you replaced us like it was easy / Made me think I deserved it in the thick of healing," you can kind of see why.
Anyway, hours later Hailey Biber posted an Instagram story of Summer Walker’s song 'I’ll Kill You,' and fans were convinced it was shade at her husband's ex.
However, Hailey says no. When Instagram account JustJared uploaded a photo and claimed fans thought the story was about Selena, she commented: ""please stop with this nonsense. There is no 'response.' This is complete BS."
Her comment has since been deleted, but I guess she said what she needed to say.
Selena, meanwhile, has had her own say... kind of. The 27-year-old, who tends to keep personal social media posts to a minimum, shared a screengrab from her notes app, which read: "I'm literally just laying down and thanking Jesus... Where my father has taken me and placing me is exactly where I am meant to be.
"He said to me 'Selena hold on, I hurt when you hurt. I cry when you cry but I will NEVER, EVER leave your side. Work with me, walk with me and watch how I do it.' He always surprises me and I re-fall in love with Him every single time. In my worst moments, like awful, most painful moments - I never stopped falling to my knees wanting and needing only His love.
"See the enemy keeps trying to tear me down and it's not going to happen. Not today. Not the next..."
Make of that what you will.
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