Selena liked and then unliked Justin’s photograph, why?
Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber have been very advanced since their split in March 2018, but that doesn’t mean the Biebs have entirely lost sight of Gomez. Selena Gomez fan account TheSelenaRundown noted that Gomez liked, and then unliked, two Instagram photos of Justin Bieber on Instagram today, including one that was taken in February 2018 during his father’s wedding in Jamaica. Jelena fan account uploaded the photograph.
Gomez quickly disliked the first one, a shirtless photo of Bieber’s chest. TheSelenaRundown has taken a screenshot to save the receipt even if its content has been removed:
Gomez ‘Like stayed on vacation a little longer. “He put his hand on his neck …” he says. But at 8.45 p.m., he was gone:
Selena preferred to stay quiet
Gomez liked two photos of Bieber and shocked some fans who speculated that Gomez’s Instagram could have been hacked. Gomez, of course, made no statement about what had happened but said how proud she was of what she had learned when she went out with Bieber and dealt with their relationship and separation.
The pop star says she is going through a completely different chapter
“I had something beautiful, and I would never deny that it isn’t,” Gomez told Garcia-Navarro in January. And I felt that [” Lose You to Love Me “] was a great way to say, you know, it was done, and I understand that, and I respect that, and now I’m going to a completely different chapter here. ”
“Say goodbye to Justin Bieber, whom you are probably talking about,” said Garcia-Navarro.
García-Navarro asked if she would beat Bieber, and this relationship was one of the most challenging parts of his life.
“No, because I found strength there,” said Gómez. And I’m not disrespectful, and I seem to have been a victim of abuse …”
“Do you mean emotional abuse?” García-Navarro asked.
And I had to understand the decisions I made. I certainly don’t want to spend that much on the rest of my life.” Speaking of which, I’m very proud to say that I feel more durable than I thought and that I found a way out with as much grace as possible.