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Selena Gomez, The Weeknd 2018: ‘Starboy’ Singer Accused of Taking a Swipe at His Ex in New Song
Selena Gomez and The Weeknd were once a couple but since they are celebrities, fans continue to link them even if they have gone their separate ways. There is a new story about them and it is about a new song.
The Weeknd collaborated with Nicki Minaj on a song titled “I Thought I Knew You.” This piece was featured on the latter’s new album called “Queen” but it garnered attention when fans suspected that the song is actually a track The Weeknd made for his ex Selena Gomez.
Fans insist that there are many signs that indicate The Weeknd is throwing shade at the former “Wizards of Waverly Place” actress. Likewise, Glamour reported that fans believe that The Weeknd is sending a message to Selena and to prove their point, they dissected each line of the song and concluded that the are many lines that say that their suspicion is true.
For instance, they highlighted the part that says, “Misconstrued your love, you confused my love. You givin' up.” And the most telling sign, according to them, comprises the lines that read, “Honestly, I think this s**t excites you. All that drama that you're tied to, You play the victim every time too.”
The fans said the drama that The Weeknd mentioned is about Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber for there is always a lot of fuss when they are together. But whether the song is really about Selena Gomez or not, only The Weeknd could confirm, and it looks like he will never comment on this.
Selena Gomez and The Weeknd broke up just after 10 months of dating. In October of last year, E! News confirmed that pair called it quits but stated that the ex-lovers went on separate ways on good terms.
"It was more of a mutual break up,” a source told E! News. “They were distant because of work. It didn't end in a bad way.”
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