Twitter is saying Justin Bieber's new song is about ex Selena Gomez

Published: June 27, 2019
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Superstar singer Justin Bieber was recently in the news as he and rapper Chris Brown teamed up for a brand new track called Don’t Check On Me. But now, the Baby star is hitting headlines because of another reason.

After listening to the latest hit, fans are taking to Twitter and hypothesising that the song is probably about his past relationship with Disney star Selena Gomez. Some say it also alludes to Justin being happy now that he is married to model Hayley Baldwin, reported Pinkvilla.

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We have to admit, the lyrics could somewhat fit into the theory about Bieber’s famous seven-year on-off relationship with Gomez. He sings, “Might run across your mind but don’t worry ’bout me, no / My heart is back in one piece, it ain’t skipped a beat, no / Feeling rested up, I ain’t missing sleep, no-oh.”

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He continues, ‘Don’t take it personal if I can’t reply now / I’m distant ’cause I don’t wanna be reached now / Won’t let the ghosts of our past weigh my future down / I’m liberated. ‘Energy’s like a circle, it comes back around / Reciprocated / Don’t shed no more tears.”

Bieber got married to Baldwin in September last year in a private civil ceremony in New York when she was just 22-years-old and he 24.

Fans are taking to Twitter to tweet about the same. One posted, “Justin Bieber needs to MOVE ON. I legit feel sorry for Hailey. You’re a married man… stop obsessing over Selena when she’s out here getting her life back together after almost dying twice. Man, this is what happens when you write songs based on Selena.”

Fans have also likened the acoustic ballad to Beiber’s 2015 hit Love Yourself, except this track is apparently telling his ex it’s over in no uncertain terms.

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