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Selena Gomez breaks silence about rumors of hostility with new flame of her former The Weeknd Simi Khadra

After several media reports claimed that hostility was possible between Selena Gomez and her former new mistress The Weekend Simi Hadra, Gomez closed all rumors with a single message on social media. Selena Gomez clarified that there is no warmth between her and her former new lover The Weeknd Simi Khadra.

Gomez shared a hilarious Instagram photo of three friends hanging out. “Since 2013,” she signed a photo in which she, Simi and Haya Khadra, stopped the noise on social media about possible tensions around her ex. It happened a few days after The Weeknd was spotted kissing Simi Khadra (from the sister of DJ duo Simi and Haze).


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Last weekend, the singer of “Blinding Lights” was spotted reuniting with 29-year-old Khadra while celebrating his 32nd birthday in Las Vegas.

However, on Wednesday, a source told People magazine that the couple has not yet had an official relationship. “He is dating and not in a loyal relationship with anyone,” the source said.

The 29-year-old Gomez and The Weeknd (real name Abel Tesfaye) met from January to October 2017 after his periodic relationship with supermodel Bella Hadid, with whom Kadra is friends.

After their breakup Gomez sang to the former, telling Billboard that she and The Weeknd are still close despite the breakup. “I am really proud that there is such a real friendship (between me and The Weeknd),” she told the publication. “I’ve really never felt anything like this in my life. We ended it up as best friends and it was really encouraging and caring (for each other) and it was really great for me.”

(With inputs from ANI)



Selena Gomez breaks silence about rumors of hostility with new flame of her former The Weeknd Simi Khadra

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