Selena Gomez made The Weeknd cry


April 17, 2018

Pop stars Selena Gomez and The Weeknd had a torrid affair in 2017. It started in January and ended ten months later but the damage was significant. The Weeknd performed at Coachella on April 13th in California and broke down while performing two of his newest songs, Call Out My Name and Privilege from his album ‘My Dear Melancholy.’

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Allegedly, the songs are about the 28-year-old’s ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez. Fans noticed that while singing, he had tears streaming down his face.

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In Call Out My Name, The Weeknd says “We found each other/ I helped you out of a broken place/ You gave me comfort/ But falling for you was my mistake.” Seemingly about how Selena found him after her break up with Justin Bieber. Other lyrics include “I said I didn’t feel nothing baby, but I lied/I almost cut a piece of myself for your life,” which alludes to Selena’s kidney transplant.

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In Privilege, he sings about their break-up. “Enjoy your privileged life/ ‘Cause I’m not gonna hold you through the night / We said our last goodbyes / So let’s just try to end it with a smile / And I don’t wanna hear that you’re suffering. But I’ma drink the pain away, I’ll be back to my old ways / And I got two red pills to take the blues away.”

The Canadian singer has not confirmed whether or not the songs are about the Disney star and some fans believe that they might actually be about his ex-girlfriend Bella Hadid, who he was seeing before he and Gomez got together. It was reported that he also walked out stage in tears, which made fans tweet and post about their support on social media.

Let us know in the comments below if you think the songs are written for Selena or not.

 


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