Selena Gomez and The Weeknd are not having "trust" or "jealousy" issues, despite a new tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this made-up claim about their relationship.We're told there's "nothing to it."
The tall tales comes courtesy of Life & Style, a magazine that has an abysmal record when it comes to reporting on Gomez. The publication begins its latest off-base article by maintaining that The Weeknd (nee Abel Tesfaye) and Gomez have "rarely been spotted together in recent weeks." It then quotes a so-called "source" as saying, "They've gone from being madly in love with each other to being at each other's throats." "They're really on the rocks now," adds the alleged "source."
After noting The Weeknd goes back back on the road from September to December with his "Starboy: Legend of the Fall Tour," the tabloid's supposed insider asserts, "The distance isn't good for Selena and Abel." The magazine's tipster contends it's because Gomez has "trusts issues and hates being apart from him." While it's true she doesn't like being away from The Weeknd, because they're in love, Gomez trusts her boyfriend.
Curiously, the publication neglects to mention that from September though November, The Weeknd's tour will be in North America, during which we're told she'll be spending time with him. It's only at the end of November through the first two weeks of December that he'll be performing in New Zealand and Australia.
Regardless, the tabloid's article is riddled with errors. Despite the claim that they've "rarely been spotted together in recent weeks," Gomez and The Weeknd were seen smiling through a comedy show on Friday at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles. They're hardly "on the rocks now," as falsely asserted by the magazine, nor have they been "at each other's throats." A Gomez insider dismissed the outlet's entire report, assuring Gossip Cop there's "nothing to it."
We're not entirely surprised the report is wrong because, as we noted above, Life & Style has published a number of entirely fabricated articles about her. Of course there was that disgusting and untrue cover story that Gossip Cop debunked which claimed Gomez had a miscarriage after being pregnant with Justin Bieber's baby. And in February, for example, the often disproven publication exclaimed on another cover that Gomez was pregnant with The Weeknd's baby and quickly marrying him. Thankfully, this time around the magazine didn't concoct a fictitious miscarriage to explain away its lies.
Naturally, the publication doesn't mention in its latest story the nonexistent pregnancy (and baby) or the wedding that never took place. Instead, it just manufactured another angle about Gomez having "jealousy" and "trust" issues with The Weeknd. In reality, the only one not to be trusted is Life & Style.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.