Justin Bieber Unfollows Selena Gomez on Instagram: “The Heart Wants What It Wants” Singer Heartbroken?

Justin Bieber Unfollows Selena Gomez on Instagram: "The Heart Wants What It Wants" Singer Heartbroken?

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have been off and on since the beginning of time, but with the release of her latest song and video “The Heart Wants What It Wants”, it seemed like she was coming to terms with the state of their non-existent relationship. It was obvious from the song that he betrayed her in such a way that their relationship couldn’t quite recover. Now that they have parted ways for some time, it appears that the Canadian singer is looking to win back Selena’s affections.

What’s funny is that he seems to be going about it in the wrong way. Take for instance the fact that Justin Bieber has decided to unfollow Selena Gomez on Instagram in an effort to win her back. Say what?!?

It’s sort of like some reverse psychology stuff that he has been pulling on her. He feels that if he gives her the cold shoulder, that she will come running back to him. Has this worked in the past for the Biebz?

A source revealed, “Justin is under the assumption that if he completely ignores Selena and blows her off, she will come running. So far, nothing else has worked – sending flowers, trying to be ultra sweet, and going to bible study. It’s like the more he tries to impress Selena, the more she avoids him. So he figured he would go back to what has worked in the past – ignore her, flirt with hot girls and act like he doesn’t care. That’s the real reason he stopped following her on Instagram.”

It seems like quite the douche move for Justin Bieber to unfollow Selena Gomez on the social networking service in order to try and get her to come crawling back, doesn’t it? Hopefully she will realize that she is so much better than that and won’t fall prey to his antics once again… Unfortunately, we all know that it’s more likely that she will fall for him again and again before it’s all said and done.

What do you think?

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