Selena Gomez, The Weeknd Relationship NOT In “Trouble Already,” Despite Report
According to the repeatedly disproven In Touch, The Weeknd and Gomez’s romance has “hit a speed bump.” The magazine and its online version of the article allege the couple is “experiencing significant problems in their relationship due to [Gomez’s] insecurities.” A so-called “insider” tells the tabloid, “The Weeknd is starting to feel suffocated by Selena,” adding that “he feels like she’s moving too quickly.”
Among Gomez’s alleged insecurities, contends the publication’s supposed source, is she’s nervous that while he’s on tour groupies will be “throwing themselves” at him and “he’ll be tempted to stray.” “She’s so scared that she’s threatened to dump him if he doesn’t let her come along on tour,” claims the dubious “insider.” “Selena’s acting so crazy that he’s starting to have second thoughts about their relationship,” contends the questionable source, who continues, “Friends are concerned that it’s only a matter of time before it all ends in tears due to Selena’s self-sabotaging ways.”
While young love often does not work out, should Gomez and The Weeknd end their romance, it’s not because of the tabloid’s speculation. Contrary to the magazine’s report, the couple is not having “trouble already,” and the two singers remain very happy together. A source close to the situation laughed off the outlet’s claims about “significant problems in the relationship,” and exclusively told Gossip Cop the publication’s premise is completely “untrue.”
Gossip Cop is not surprised by the falsity of the tabloid’s story. In Touch is the same magazine we busted several months ago when it wrongly claimed Gomez and Bieber were getting married in a secret wedding. That, of course, proved to be entirely bogus. And whoever made up this fake news story didn’t seem to realize the publication’s previous (inaccurate) contention that Gomez and The Weekend secretly dated for a year behind Bella Hadid’s back flies directly in the face of its new assertion that she’s “moving too quickly.” A skeptic might argue the outlet can’t keep track of its mistakes.