Bieber-Gomez Split Is for Good This Time, Says Report

“Selena is done with him,” insider confirms for the tabloids

  Selena Gomez dumped Justin Bieber after another fight, won’t hear of getting back with him again
Justin Bieber is a single lad again and, unlike in the past, this time his breakup from Selena Gomez is for good. The two got in a massive fight before New Year’s, with Selena deciding that she was “done with him,” it has emerged.

Justin Bieber is a single lad again and, unlike in the past, this time his breakup from Selena Gomez is for good. The two got in a massive fight before New Year’s, with Selena deciding that she was “done with him,” it has emerged.

Speculation that the two might have broken up again has been making the rounds for a few days now, as we also noted on a previous occasion.

Us Weekly is now confirming that, indeed, the two are no longer together.

“Although Bieber and the singer-actress, 20, journeyed to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico for a New Year's trip, their happy holiday was cut short when Gomez abruptly flew home to Los Angeles on Dec. 30,” the celebrity publication writes.

The two young stars got into another fight but, this time, it was so “huge” that Selena is sure not to “forgive him” again.

“It certainly seems final this time – with Gomez spending New Year's Eve at an L.A. house party with pals, while Bieber rang in 2013 with rapper pal Lil Twist at L.A. club Couture, where he flirted with various girls. ‘He's been really down about the breakup,’ a source admits,” Us further writes.

The report goes on to mention that a possible reason for the fresh breakup is to be found in Justin’s entourage and how he’s constantly surrounded by people who are a “bad influence” on him.

“Selena is done with him,” the insider stresses.

Also recently, Bieber made headlines after he was photographed smoking pot at a post-New Year’s party, which he attended with his pal Lil Twist, presumably after the Selena split.

Some of the singer’s fans, the Beliebers, were so upset about the photos that they took to tweeting about bodily harm as a sign of “protest,” as we also reported the other day.

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