Is The Weeknd's new album about Bella Hadid?

Published: March 21, 2020
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Grammy-winning singer, The Weeknd released his fourth studio album on Friday. The star announced on his social media, “Its out everywhere, love you guys”.

The album has left fans speculating that the subject matter is around his on-and-off girlfriend Bella Hadid, reports E! News. In the song Escape from LA, the singer, who’s real name is Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, talks about rocky relationship. In the line “She got Chrome Hearts hangin’ from her neck,” he is possibly alluding to Hadid’s working relationship with the brand.

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Some listeners had highlighted that in Snowchild, Hadid’s giggles could be heard after the line, “She never need a man, she what a man need/So I keep on falling for her daily.”

Furthermore, in Hardest to Love, The Weeknd could be heard supposedly blaming himself for his relationship going in a downward spiral according to E! News. “I can’t, can’t believe you want me/After all the heartbreaks, after all, I’ve done,” is perhaps a nod to the tumultuous nature of his relationship with the American-Palestinian model.

Bella Hadid is the world’s most beautiful woman, according to science

Last year, Hadid, who is the younger sister of Gigi Hadid, was claimed to be ‘the most beautiful woman in the world’ according to the ‘Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi Standards’ science.

The 23-year-old has modelled for major international clothing brands such as Victoria’s Secret, Calvin Klein and Givenchy, as well as starring on front covers of various renowned fashion magazines.

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