HollywoodLife Is Clueless & Contradictory With Justin Bieber & Selena Gomez Stories
By Daniel Gates | 6:21 pm, July 10th, 2014
As Gossip Cop has pointed out, the webloid will say virtually anything to get fans of the two stars to click on a series of contradictory stories, many of which seem to be outright lies.
(Lest anyone forget: HollywoodLife spreads lies.)
Anyway, things over at HollywoodLife have gotten even worse, as the site continues to lose whatever shreds of credibility it once had.
In the last 24 hours or so, the blog has asked its readers whether Bieber and Yovanna Ventura are “just friends,” then claimed the two were in a “new relationship,” and then declared to have “exclusive” information that they’ve been secretly dating for five months.
Three stories about Bieber and Ventura, three completely different versions of events.
In less than a day.
During the same period, these headlines have appeared on HollywoodLife:
- “Selena Gomez Refuses To See Justin Bieber — Think He’s A ‘Jerk’”
- “Selena Gomez Likes Kissing Pics With Nat Wolff: Dissing Justin Bieber?”
- “Selena Gomez: Did She Get Boob Job For Justin Bieber?”
- “Selena Gomez: Did She Get Breast Implants?”
- “Selena Gomez Calls Out Justin Bieber With Fierce Instagram Message”
Is Gomez avoiding Bieber because she hates him, or getting breast implants for him because she’s head over heels?
HollywoodLife seems to think… both? Or something?
Because, once again, HollywoodLife makes up stuff and has terrible sources who know nothing about celebrities.
The webloid also wants fans to think that Gomez “liking” Instagram pictures in which she’s kissing Wolff in a movie they did is a “blatant diss to the Biebs.”
It’s idiotic — and actually something HollywoodLife already sensationalized nearly two years ago.
Gossip Cop, meanwhile, prefers to focus on facts.
We’re told that while things can and do change, at the moment, Gomez and Bieber are not dating.
When we get more real information, we’ll update.
In the interim, please enjoy HollywoodLife cluelessly flailing about, pretending to “report” — just don’t take anything the webloid says seriously.
Because they don’t.