Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez’s Long-awaited Duet Revealed
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez once again broke the internet when there are claims of a leak of their duet song. The alleged song was reportedly recorded back when they were still dating.
Singers Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez dated back in December 2010 and their relationship was one that paparazzi’s flocked after. There are rumors that while the two stars were still dating, they recorded one song. However, this rumored track was never officially released nor made public since the two broke up after two years of dating.
Now, a SoundCloud account that is under the username DrewsLeaks has uploaded the alleged track and leaked it for fans. The said song is titled “Can’t Steal Our Love” and it is still unfinished. The main artist is allegedly Selena Gomez and it features Justin Bieber. The voices on the song surely sound like Gomez but the parts where Bieber is supposed to come in sound like gibberish, probably emphasizing that it was still an unfinished track but it also sounded a lot like him.
Neither Bieber nor Gomez confirmed that the leaked song was indeed the real song they were reportedly collaborating on back when they were still dating. The song is an upbeat tune with a heartwarming lyrics of leaning on someone and going strong with each other. Bieber and Gomez’s relationship shocked the fans when it was first revealed and despite it all, the two stood up for each other. If the song is real then it’s another indication of how much they loved each other back then.
The two ex-lovers are still civil despite breaking up. Five years since their split, Gomez is now happily dating Canadian singer, The Weeknd. Their romance budded in January 2017 and the two have been open about their relationship. Bieber, on the other hand, has remained adamant that he’s currently single but has been reportedly linked to several women.
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