Selena Gomez Tells Her Fans To Stand Down After Hailey Bieber Got Hate

October 24, 2019 / Posted by:

Selena Gomez is back with another song because the one from yesterday is honestly kind of boring (sorry Selenators). And when you’re a pop girl, it’s a good idea to follow up an attention-grabbing snoozy “emotional” track with a club song for the gays to pop our bussies to. She’s back with Look At Her Now which is going to be the caption under so many #instagay Instagram posts this and next weekend.

Also Selena is defending Hailey Bieber for allegedly calling for her murder over slapping at Hailey’s husband Justin Bieber–saying she doesn’t want her fans to be mean to anyone for any reason ever!

People says that Selena’s newest song Look At Her Now is continuing the, “I overcame a man-boy baby-bitch”, theme of Lose You To Love Me, albeit with a much more listenable pace. The lyrics include:

“They fell in love one summer/A little too wild for each other/Shiny ’til it wasn’t/Feels good ’til it doesn’t… It was her first real lover/His too ’til he had another/Oh God when she found out/Trust levels went way down… Of course she was sad/But now she’s glad she dodged a bullet… Took a few years/To soak up the tears/But look at her now/Watch her go.”

And one line which apparently for sure is about Justin Bieber goes:

“Fast nights that got him/That new life was his problem.”

Remember when Justin was a worse asshole because fame poisoned him, and not bad parenting?

Here’s the song:

It’s an okay song. But after this video ended, YouTube recommended Hilary Duff’s Sparks, a much better song.

Selena announced her latest song on Instagram with an Apple marketing placement:

Yeah #ShotOniPhoneByHollywoodDirectorWithProfessionalLightingAndCranes.

But wait, there’s more. BuzzFeed says Selena does not want her fans to attack Hailey Bieber. After Selena’s anti-Bieber anthem Lose You To Love Me was released, Hailey took to Instagram and posted the song  I’ll Kill You by Summer Walker. Many thought that was Hailey’s response to Selena’s song, but Hailey reportedly denied that.

Selena posted this message to her Twitter saying about how Jesus is never going to let her down and she won’t be tore down by the haters. Selena Gomez, beating Hailey Bieber with Jesus–she’s gonna hate it:

This makes it actually sound like she knows Hailey in fact did post that song on purpose, but she then hopped on Instagram Live and gave her own sermon about how her fans should not attack anyone for any reason, saying:

“I am grateful for the response that the song is getting. I’m so grateful. However, I do not stand for women tearing women down and I will never, ever be by that. So please be kind to everyone. It doesn’t matter what the situation is; if you’re my fans, don’t be rude to anybody, please. Don’t go off and say things that you just feel in the moment. Just please, for me, know that that’s not my heart and my heart is only to release things that I feel that are me and I’m proud of. That’s all that I’ll say.”

First of all, Selena’s hair looks amazing.  That color? That ombre? It looks like it’s three-feet long, which is like 90% of her height. Second of all, Selena said, “It doesn’t matter what the situation is”? Okay, Hailey’s post was definitely about Selena then. Selena knows it. Hailey knows it. I know it. Selena is just too nice to sic her fans on Hailey. Which makes her nicer than most, I guess. Look at Nicki Minaj, she’ll sic her fans a baby!

Pic: Twitter

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