Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber were once a music industry power couple, having an on-off relationship between 2010 and 2018. Even today, some loyal fans wish the duo got married and keep posting their old photos.
Justin Bieber has since married Hailey Bieber in 2018 after a lightning engagement. They have received a lot of negativity and criticism on social media for the same. Some people even accused Hailey of bullying and copying Selena. Now, according to recent rumors, Justin Bieber could get rid of Selena’s tattoo. Here is everything you should know about it.
Is Justin Bieber getting rid of Selena Gomez’s tattoo?
Pop Faction recently reported a blind Deuxmois article on Instagram stories. According to the blind article, Justin Bieber is contemplating getting rid of the Selena Gomez tattoo on her wrist. This might not sit well with the Justin and Selena fandom. The hidden article read: “This tattoo-loving A-list musician is planning to have one of his controversial tattoos removed and let’s just say some fans won’t be happy to find out which one it is.”
Justin’s portrait of his ex-girlfriend Selena on his wrist is perhaps one of his most popular tattoos. Said tattoo was inspired by her Elle magazine photo shoot with added angel wings. Since then, Justin has also tried to modify the face. On top of that, Justin also has a rose with a faint S tattooed on his neck. It also seems to be because of his former love, as the founder of Rare Beauty loves roses.
Previously, fans have often wondered why Bieber didn’t get rid of Selena’s tattoo even after having so many resources. In a 2016 GQ interview, Bieber revealed that he tried to hide this tattoo by shading Gomez’s face, but people still know about it. A couple of years later he too posted and said: ‘Over a hundred hours of hard work on my body and I wouldn’t get a single one back. I love art and I’ve made my body a canvas and it’s so much fun.’
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