SELENA GOMEZ Asks Fans Not To Come For HAILEY BIEBER Following That "I'll Kill You" Post
As you may have heard, Hailey Bieber came under fire for posting a screenshot of Summer Walker's "I'll Kill You" shortly after Selena Gomez dropped her emotional breakup track "Lose You to Love Me". Sel's new single was speculated to be her way of saying goodbye to her romance with Justin Bieber who's now married to the model.
Selena Gomez dropped an honest and vulnerable song roastingJustin Bieber and minutes later Hailey Baldwin’s posts this lmaooooooineedtogotobed pic.twitter.com/WCOmGLTxVq— CK (@ckmont) October 23, 2019
Hailey later clarified that the controversial Instagram stories post has nothing to do with Sel and her new single. "Please stop with this nonsense," she said in a now-deleted Instagram comment. "There is no ‘response’. This is complete BS."
Selena came to Hailey's defense when unconvinced fans continue to come after the latter. "I am grateful for the response the song is getting,” the hitmaker said on Instagram live, "however I do not stand for women tearing women down... So please be kind to everyone."
She continued, "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 feel in the moment, just please, for me, know that that's not my heart."
Aside from "Lose You To Love Me," another breakup song titled "Look At Her Now"—this one more upbeat and sparkly—was unveiled yesterday. It will also appear on Selena's third album.