Selena Gomez New Song 'Bad Girlfriend' Presumed An Apology To 'Love Yourself' EX Justin Bieber

By Lexina Gaskarth | May 06, 2017 08:48 AM EDT
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Selena Gomez releases a new track which she has admitted being a Bad Girlfriend to one of her exes. Many are assuming that Selena is pertaining to the Love Yourself singer, Justin Beiber.

In Gomez' newest track co-written with CHARLI XCX, she admitted treating one of her exes very poorly. The singer has also been in a relationship with famous stars Nick Jonas and Zedd, though many strongly suspect that it is Beiber the song is aiming at, as reported by The Sun. The lyrics include lines such as, "I know I'm not there for you or there when you call. I'm a bad girlfriend/I'm a bad girlfriend."

It is known that the former couple has been in an on-and-off relationship way back 2010. They have been expressing their feud over their Instagram account and aiming at one another with their hit singles. With Bieber's "What Do You Mean", "Sorry" and "Love Yourself" which is rumored to have written for Gomez and she counteract album Revival which she adamantly implies the end of their relationship.

Gomez has been in collaboration with Charli XCX and news reported that both are enjoying writing about failed past relationships. Many are assuming that maybe Selena hasn't gotten over yet with Bieber amidst being showy with her relationship with the Weeknd. Meanwhile, One Republic singer, Ryan Tedder claimed that the pop star has been occupied in making hits with him, Jacob Kasher, Julia Michaels, and Justin Tranter. He claimed to give Gomez a 'heartfelt, goose-bumpy mid-tempo' as reported by LifeStyle Magazine.

Selena Gomez has already hinted on her Twitter account that a new music is on the way.  News reported that the pop star has returned to the studio to work in her next album to be released this 2017. 

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