Yes, Please: Selena Gomez Rumored to Be Writing Nasty Dis Songs About Justin Bieber
Posted by Newson 01/11/2013 at 4:02 PM
Have we said Best Year Ever yet? Pretty sure we already have, but if this ends up happening in 2013, it would make it all but official. Confirmed details about the Justin Bieber / Selena Gomez breakup have been pretty scant—so much so that we’re still not even positive if they’re really broken up at all—but word is it the final split was less than amicable, HollywoodLife reporting that the two split after the two had a big fight in Mexico in New Year’s, Justin screaming “Don’t let the door hit you on the way out!” after her. (Sounds like him.)
Far more interesting than that, though, is HL’s report that Selena isn’t getting mad, she’s getting even. The gossip rag reports a source saying that her split with The Bieb will do much to inform the songs on her upcoming album, with potentially scandalous results:
Justin was so mean to Selena that she can’t wait to spill all the s**t about him in her new songs…all his flirting and all his…bulls**t are on the table. Her fans will be shocked about how much of a bada** she can be when she’s out for revenge.
Uh, yes, now that you mention it, that would be slightly surprising to hear—no offense to Selena, but she was doing “Who Says?” just a couple years ago, to turn around and hear her in full-on Beyoncé mode would be a mite of a shock.
Then again, we all know who she’s been hanging out with in recent years—the once innocuous-seeming Taylor Swift, who quickly proved herself capable of a handful of the most excoriating kiss-off songs in pop music history, and is no doubt advising Selena on the art of the post-breakup takeout. The two of them could probably do a mean “No More Tears (Enough is Enough)” together.
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