Selena Gomez’s New Boyfriend Criticizes Her Ex-Bae’s Sex ~*Skillz*~
Justin Bieber‘s been alllllll about mocking The Weeknd lately. First, the “Company” crooner told TMZ, “Hell no I can’t listen to a Weeknd song — That sh*t’s whack.” Then, a couple weeks later, the Canadian singer dissed Selena Gomez‘s new bae AGAIN, this time sarcastically saying “Starboy” is his favorite song on an Instagram live chat. Jealous much, JB? We honestly thought the 26-year-old was just going to let his new girlfriend’s ex continue to
make a fool of himself go off until forever without fighting back, but MAN were we wrong.
The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, teamed up with Toronto-based rapper Nav for the new song “Some Way,” where he basically goes IN on The Biebs and his ~sexual abilities~.
“I think your girl, think your girl, fell in love with me. She say my f*ck and my tongue game a remedy,” he sings.
While it’s not like TW directly called out JB or anything, that fact that he starts out the tune by saying if he’s going to talk he’s gonna “keep it real,” paired with the ~coincidental~ timing, makes the meaning seem pretty darn obvious. CRINGE!!!!
You can listen to the full song below, but please be warned that it’s explicit.
Who knows — maybe The Weeknd will deny that the song is about Justin, just like how these celebs denied theirs was about a famous ex:
Famous ex: Taylor Swift
After Calvin's highly publicized split with Taylor, who is known for writing songs about her exes, it seemed inevitable that whoever released the next track would be swarmed with rumors that it was about the messy breakup. So, when "My Way" dropped, which features the lyrics, "Why wait to say / At least I did it my way / Lie awake, two faced / But in my heart I understand / I made my move / And it was all about you / Now I feel so far removed / You were the one thing in my way / You were the one thing in my way," people were sure the "you" in question was the "Blank Space" singer.
However, the Scottish DJ claims the concept came to him several years ago, long before Tay even came into his life. He told Z100, "I thought of the concept years ago when I left [grocery store] Safeway. I was trying to move to London and I was working in the store in Scotland. I was trying to go down and make music for a living, but I couldn't because I didn't have any money." Later, during an interview for On Air With Ryan Seacrest, he expanded that the song could be about basically anything, "It could be a job that you hate, and then you quit the job then life is awesome. It could be about a relationship and you get rid of the girl or the guy then life is awesome." WELL, Calvin, guess we'll take your word on this one.
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