Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez have allegedly severed their friendship, thanks to Justin Bieber. Is the eight-year bond really in ruins or are these mere speculations after the Canadian singer is reportedly back in Selena's life?
Swift and Gomez have been close friends since 2008. However, this friendship is now the hot topic after the "Bad Blood" singer is supposedly upset with Selena over Bieber reconciliation, Movie News Guide reported.
The country artist reportedly never approved of the "Sorry" singer since he is the cause of Gomez's rehabilitation stint. However, now that the "Hands to Myself" singer is being rumored to seeing Justin again, Taylor has had enough.
The report also mentioned that Swift learned about the reunion between the two exes. She is not just done with giving Selena advice, but also done being her friend.
According to speculations, Taylor dropped her bestie from her life. She no longer wanted anything to do with the Monte Carlo actress, who is constantly making the same mistake of having Bieber back.
According to INQUISTR, the Canadian pop star reached out to Gomez while she is in a rehab in Tennessee. In addition, the ex-couple plan to reunite after the Wizards of Waverly Place star is released from the facility.
A source said that the "Blank Space" singer was enraged about the news. Again, she felt like it would be counterproductive if Selena were to go back to Bieber's arms.
"Taylor was livid and wrote a letter to Selena telling her their friendship is over. [Selena] went from sad to angry very fast," the insider revealed about how the friendship ended.
Although the story about the conclusion between Swift and Gomez's relationship sounds legit, fans should take note that a similar story had already been published before. This was prior to Selena's entrance in the rehabilitation center.
The report at the time said that Swift and Gomez grew apart and were no longer speaking to each other. However, this was debunked before. Will this new friendship over be discredited by the two pop stars once more?