Selena Gomez just dropped her newest single “Lose You To Love Me”, and while she certainly did not specify who she lost to get herself back, netizens can surmise that this is finally, her moving song from Justin Bieber.

From the title alone, it can be taken as Gomez finally having the ability to reclaim herself after a tumultuous relationship. Considering how publicized Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez’s on-off relationship, it is not that far-fetched to think this song is about the Canadian singer.

Ahead of the song’s release, however, Gomez did provide some insights on what the song is all about. She never wrote Justin Bieber’s name. This song was inspired by many things that have happened in my life since releasing my last album," she said. "I want people to feel hope and to know you will come out the other side stronger and a better version of yourself."

But if people want to relate her song to her love life, there is no way to look at it as her signing about realizing the need to love herself after letting go of a person who did not love her enough. It’s not that difficult to understand what she means, with millions of her fans suffering the same love issues as her. 

It can be remembered that Bieber and Gomez ended their relationship for good in March 2018. Considering they started dating in 2009, that’s around a little over a third of Gomez’ life. To have her finally sing about loving herself is truly a cheer-worthy moment. 

Just a month ago, in September 2019, some insider told US Weekly that Gomez is in the last vestiges of her healing. She’s still smarting, but she’s on her way back to the bubbly and headstrong girl that people loved way back in her Disney stint with “Wizards of Waverly Place.” 

“Selena knows she’s better off without Justin, and that it’s the healthiest decision for her,” the source said. “She is open to dating, but right now she is solely focused on herself and enjoying life to the best of her ability, and getting back to being the Selena that she and all of her close ones knew prior to dating Justin.”

While fans might be right that the song is about moving on from Bieber, they might have gotten it wrong that Hailey Baldwin felt attacked enough to the song that she responded to it by posing the song, “I’ll Kill You” by Summer Walker.  

As if someone moving on is worth killing! Good thing Hailey Baldwin set the record straight and called for people to stop the nonsense

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