Justin Bieber: ¿quiere recuperar a Selena Gomez con un video musical?

Justin Bieber: Do you want Selena Gomez back with a music video?

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wantedon 10/26/2014 | 17:34


Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are still making headlines with their on-and-off relationship. It was recently announced that Selena Gomez wanted to give the singer another chance, but then Justin Bieber was caught flirting with a model. Now the adolescent in love supposedly wants to win back his intermittent girlfriend with the video for his song “Playtime.”

Justin Bieber released the single “Playtime” in August this year, but has only recently released the video for the single recorded with rapper Khalil Sharieff, drawing attention once again to the lyrics of the song. Justin Bieber sings: “Game time is up… What a waste of time! There is no reason to argue. Connoisseurs suspect that the successful singer is trying to win back Selena Gomez with these lines.

Justin Bieber reportedly wants Selena Gomez back with his new music video

As reported by an alleged source to the “HollywoodLife” portal, Justin Bieber is longing for Selena Gomez: “Justin is so frustrated that he uses his old tricks to try and get Selena back. He hopes to make her jealous by flirting with other girls like he flirted with the Beverly Hills model. “

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez said to be back in touch

The source alludes to Justin Bieber’s recent flirtation attack, in which he congratulated model Jacqueline Younis on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills in front of the public. As reported by the source to the HollywoodLife portal, Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber are still in contact with each other.: “It definitely seems like she opens her heart to him again.”

Justin Bieber seems to really care about his on-and-off girlfriend Selena Gomez. After all, you try hard to get them back. Who knows, maybe he will be successful this time and his tactic of winning the sweet singer’s heart back with the music video for the single “Playtime” is working …

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