If rumors are true, the world is nearing its inevitable end.
Justin Bieber and Rihanna are "getting very friendly," according to Media Takeout, and Selena Gomez is fuming mad. In fact, she allegedly "dumped" the 18-year-old Canadian live lip-syncher after suspecting that the Biebz was "smashing" Ri-Ri, slang for fucking.
Granted, Media Takeout is about as reliable as post-IPO Facebook stock. So we're taking the rumor with a grain of salt. If it's true, however, lock yourself into a fallout shelter and prep for doomsday ... The apocalypse is right around the corner.
The site reports, "According to the streets (and the STREETS we're talking about are usually RELIABLE), Justin Bieber and his longtime GF Selena Gomez are OVER....
"And then there's Twitter. As of this weekend, Selena STOPPED FOLLOWING JUSTIN On Twitter!!!"
Evidently, Chris Brown is also pissed that Justin Bieber may be licking the icing off Rihanna's cake.
If you believe Media Takeout, the rumor "prompted" Breezy to "blast" Ri-Ri on "Theraflu (Remix)," rapping: "Don't fuck with my old bitch, it's like a bad fur/Every industry nigga done had her/Trick or treat like a pumpkin just to smash her/Bitches breaking codes, but I'm the password."
Though Media Takeout is the only outlet to hint at a possible Rihanna-Bieber bedroom collaboration, traditional media outlets have also reported that Gomez and Bieber may no longer be dating.
Take the International Business Times, which cites blog posts from popular gossip sites like Crushable and Zap2It in an article published yesterday afternoon.
"Bieber went solo to the 2012 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday," according to the IBT. "When he took to the stage to accept his award for Top Social Artist, the Canadian singer 'gave a bit of a rambling speech, wherein he thanks his fans, Usher, his parents, God - but no mention of girlfriend Selena Gomez,' reported Zap2It."
What do y'all think?
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