Making amends? After Selena Gomez dropped her new songs “Lose You to Love Me” and “Look at Her Now,” the internet has been swirling with rumors that the songs are about her ex Justin Bieber, and his new wife Hailey Baldwin is not happy about it. However, it seems like the 22-year-old may have extended an olive branch to the songstress, 27, on Thursday, October 24.
Hailey made a subtle gesture and “liked” a photo of Selena and some pals during a night out. “Celebrating!!!” friend Raquelle Stevens captioned the image. The brunette beauty and her friends were all smiles as they enjoyed a night together following the success of her new track.
After Selena first dropped “Lose You to Love Me,” fans thought Hailey threw her some shade on her Instagram Story. The model was jamming to “I’ll Kill You” by Summer Walker, but insists the shady song was a coincidence. Fans started to theorize about their beef, and Hailey couldn’t take any of it. “Please stop with this nonsense. There is no ‘response.’ This is just complete BS,” she commented on a now-deleted Instagram post from Just Jared.
There is some pretty strong evidence that Selena’s songs are about Hailey’s husband, 25. “I gave my all and they all know it/You turned me down and now it’s showing/In two months, you replaced us/Like it was easy/Made me think I deserved it/In the thick of healing, yeah,” she sings on “Lose You to Love Me.” Justin and Selena’s split was confirmed in March 2018, and by July, he proposed to the blonde model.
Although the lyrics are pretty telling, sources say that Selena’s intentions were innocent. “Selena didn’t mean for the song to be shady, but songwriting to her is part of her therapy. So, she had to put it down on paper and release it,” an insider told In Touch exclusively. “That’s part of her process, and it works for her.”
As for the newlyweds, they are so over the ancient Selena and Justin narrative. “Meanwhile, Justin and Hailey hope this is the last song she has about her ex. They just want Selena to leave them alone,” the source added. Let’s hope for no more bad blood.
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