Justin Bieber Releases New Song Aimed At Selena Gomez Split And Critics (See Video)
In two brand new tracks, Justin Bieber talks about the problems and pressures of his relationship and opens up in new interview with Billboard. Please click on all the highlighted links to read the interview and all the connected stories. Below is exactly how www.mirror.co.uk is reporting it:
And now Justin Bieber has revealed the story behind the high profile break-up in two brand new tracks on album Believe Acoustic.
In an interview with Billboard, the 18-year-old confessed: “I'm not in the happiest place that I've ever been. I'm trying to get through what I'm going through.”
He posted a string of tweets building up to the release of his new music, promising to explain ‘what is going on in my life instead of rumours guessing.’
‘I’ve got some things to say,’ he wrote. ‘With everything going on I’m gonna tell u myself how I feel. Some of the most honest music I have ever written.'
And he wasn’t kidding. A song written by Biebs himself called Nothing Like Us isn't exactly subtle or cryptic about his two-year relationship with Disney princess Selena.
He sings: "Lately I've been thinking, thinking about what we had / And I know it was hard, it was all that we knew, yeah / Have you been drinking, to take all the pain away?"
"I gave you everything, baby / Everything I had to give / Girl, why would you push me away?"
Aside from the fact Selena can apparently out strength him with a simple push, Bieber’s voice is spot on while he smashes at the piano like a toddler learning to play Chopsticks.
In the next verse he asks: "Tell me was it worth it? We were so perfect / Baby I just want you to see," appearing to blame Selena for ending their relationship.
The song continues: “I wish that I could give you what you deserve / 'Cause nothing could ever, ever replace you.”
And the chorus includes: “There's nothing like us, there's nothing like you and me / Together through the storm.”
He promised fans that his new album would be his version of the truth and told Billboard magazine in his latest interview: "There's so many rumours.
“People say I call Selena every day and she won't pick up the phone or I'm chasing her down, and these are all fake stories."
Bieber - who became the most followed person on Twitter last week - added: “I don't go on blogs or anything like that. I hear things. People tell me if something happens on the Internet. It gets back to me, definitely."
Another song, Yellow Raincoat, features the lyric: "Fame, money and girls drive you crazy.”
Obviously, to a normal teenager that sounds like a pretty good Friday night out but when asked if he still has fun (despite moaning about most things), Bieber said: "Definitely, all of the time. I'm 18.
“I have a great team around me. I have great friends. We have a blast. They keep me occupied and my mind off of the negative things.
"When you are 18, you're going through that transition. You have a high school girlfriend, you might not. Going to college. Figuring yourself out, leaving home."