Is Kendall Jenner Ruining Selena Gomez’ Chances on Making Peace with Justin Bieber?
With another year in their lives comes another batch of rumors surrounding Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber. And one of the latest is that Kendall Jenner is allegedly keeping the two apart. How is that possible?
Because of Jenner previously being linked to Bieber and is also a good friend of his rumored new girl Hailey Baldwin, many speculated that the reason why Gomez has been hanging out with her more often lately is that she wants to keep in touch with her ex through Jenner.
“By being on good terms with Kendall, Selena can keep tabs on Justin. She can also try and find out if and what he told Kendall about them and their relationship,” an insider told HollywoodLife.com.
However, according to the latest news, it seems Gomez is being played in her own game, as Jenner is allegedly helping Baldwin keep her and Bieber further apart so Baldwin can have him all for herself.
"Credible" proof the site noted on this claim is that for their New Year’s break, Gomez is vacationing in the Middle East with Jenner and many other friends. On the other hand, Bieber and Baldwin are together in the Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean.
“A lot of people in Selena’s life think she’s getting played by Kendall and Gigi [Hadid]. She’s getting so close to them so fast, it’s like she’s under their spell or something. It was their idea to go to Dubai for New Year’s and Selena’s friends are suspicious. They think they could have ulterior motives, that they’re keeping her busy so Hailey can get closer to Justin,” the source added.
However, Inquisitr reports that the claim is "ludicrous" because they all seem to be very good friends, and lately, Gomez has not been giving off signs of reuniting with Bieber.
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