Selena Gomez did not threaten to dump The Weeknd after he allegedly invited an Instagram model to his hotel room before a concert, despite a completely inaccurate tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively clear up the situation.
Rumors emerged last month that the R&B artist invited an Irish Instagram model named Ava Van Rose to party with him and his friends at his suite prior to Dublin's Longitude Festival. These reports, however, were entirely unsubstantiated and based solely on a source close to the model. Still, that didn't stop Star for publishing a bogus story earlier this month claiming The Weeknd "betrayed" Gomez.
The untrustworthy magazine has now written a phony follow-up story claiming the singer nearly dumped her boyfriend over the supposed controversy, but ultimately changed her mind. A so-called "source" tells the outlet, "Abel flew straight back to L.A. to try and fix things with Selena, but she just gave him the cold shoulder. He actually left early because he was sick of the silent treatment."
The tabloid's questionable source continues, "She clearly wanted him to beg her for forgiveness, but that isn't his style. Instead of dumping Abel, Selena panicked after he called her bluff. She's so afraid of being alone that she begged him not to leave her."
But Gossip Cop checked in with a source close to the situation, who exclusively assures us Gomez never threatened to dump her boyfriend over this non-issue. Despite the magazine's strong insinuation otherwise, The Weeknd never cheated on his girlfriend with a social media model. In fact, the untrustworthy outlet is seemingly trying to come up with a reason the couple is still together following the infidelity reports, when the real explanation is that the rumors are entirely bogus.
This phony article is coming from the same publication that concocted a ridiculous report alleging Gomez hired a groupie to spy on her boyfriend at the Coachella Music Festival earlier this year. This latest story about the couple is simply more fiction from the repeatedly discredited tabloid.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.