Is Justin Bieber Writing New Songs Inspired by Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift?

By Florida Mae Acampado | 2 years ago
Is Justin Bieber Writing New Songs Inspired by Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift?

With his recent impromptu performance at the State Social House, Justin Bieber may have just practically announced that he has a new album coming up this year. And now a report claims that he writing some songs inspired by his recent meeting with Selena Gomez and his cool attitude over Taylor Swift.

Swift is quite well-known for writing songs that take a hit on people she hates, particularly her ex-boyfriends like John Mayer, Jake Gyllenhaal and Harry Styles. And in many occasions, one can say that Swift is really very supportive and protective of her bestie Gomez, sometimes even encouraging her to meet other guys after her break-up with Bieber.


No surprise there, since Swift hardly ever seemed to be a fan of Jelena, which she made loud and clear when she stuck her tongue out at Bieber when she saw him doing PDA with Gomez back in 2013, during the Billboard Music Awards. It’s probably not also much of a surprise that Bieber has the same feelings with Swift, and now it seems he wants to hit back at her.

In a report from, a source claims that Bieber has already started work on some songs to diss his critics, including one with a vague hit on Swift herself. And apparently, he also has a couple of songs for Gomez as well, allegedly talking about their past relationship.

Wow, it sounds like a song battle is coming up! Perhaps Swift might even write a song dissing on Bieber next.

However, a report later released by Gossip Cop claims that’s report is “seemingly made-up” by its “serial fabricators.” They also added that a real-life source close to Bieber informed them that the singer is not writing any songs planning to diss on Swift.

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