Justin Bieber continues to tease his millions of Twitter followers and fans about the highly anticipated release of his new single 2013 "Heartbreaker." Taking to Twitter last night (July14), the "Baby" singer taunted his fans about the new song.
"i see you really want #heartbreaker," he wrote, following it up with two new tweets: "soon....very soon. #heartbreaker" and a simple "soon..."
Between those two tweets, the Biebz tweeted at radio host and television personality Ryan Seacrest, saying "i see you bro," igniting speculation that the pop superstar may, in fact, premiere "Heartbreaker" on Seacrest's morning Top 40 iHeartRadio show.
Of course, Bieber could literally have been in the same room as Seacrest, but seeing as how the tweet was unprovoked. Seacrest furthered speculation about the song's debut this morning by responding to Bieber with "i see u. but do we see #heartbreaker? ;)" on his Twitter.
This morning (July 15), Justin Bieber's manager Scooter Braun also announced that the pair were still working on "Heartbreaker."
Working on #HeartBreaker this morning.
— Scooter Braun (@scooterbraun) July 15, 2013
The speculation about the song's release date has led it to be one of the top Trending Topics on Twitter as of press time, with many Beliebers taunting each other about the release and begging Bieber for more information.
Bieber has been teasing the release of the highly anticipated single for weeks now. Here's what we know so far:
Justin Bieber Teases Music Journals Project, 'Heartbreaker' Release on Twitter, Manager Scooter Braun Warns 'I Don't Think The World is Ready'
Justin Bieber 'Heartbreaker:' Scooter Braun Hints New Song 2013 Will Be Released in Unique Manner, Fans Anxious to Hear Single
Justin Bieber 'Heartbreaker:' Release Date Still Unknown, New Song 2013 Will 'Come Out Suddenly' According to 'Baby' Singer's Twitter [PHOTO]
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