Justin wouldn’t even return Selena’s calls after she found out the news, a source VERY close to the situation tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. Do YOU think she should dump him after this fight?
HOW THE DRAMA STARTED
Selena, 20, got some shocking news about 18-year-old Justin and her ex, 20-year-old Nick Jonas. A friend VERY close to Selena tells HollywoodLife.com that Selena was devastated to hear about their recent evening together.
“Justin and Nick Jonas hung out all last night [Dec. 13],” our source said to us today. “Selena was crying about it. He wouldn’t even return her calls when she found out and called him up.”
JUSTIN AND NICK BRAGGED ABOUT TIME TOGETHER
Meanwhile, the guys both tweeted about their fun as if it wasn’t a big deal.
“In the studio tonight working on the acoustic album…had some solid ping pong matches but… still #pingpongchampion,” Justin tweeted early in the hours of Dec. 14.
Nick also took to Twitter on Dec. 13 to write, “Just played @justinbieber in ping pong. Went to deuce both times, but he’s the ping ping champion. #Igotyounexttime : )”
SELENA IS STILL SAD ABOUT NICK SPLIT
Even though they ended things mutually, Selena was devastated about her 2010 split with Nick, PEOPLE reports.
“It’s never fun to go through a breakup,” a source told the magazine. “But Selena has a lot of friends she’s leaning on for support.”
FRIENDS WANT HER TO KICK HIM TO THE CURB
Selena’s buddy told us that she definitely thinks it’s time for them to end their relationship.
“This is why they should break up,” the friend said. “She keeps trying and she’s heartbroken. It’s not working.”
WHAT DO YOU THINK?
We really think Justin’s in the wrong on this one — and are wondering why he would treat Selena like this! Do YOU think Selena should dump Justin for good, HollywoodLifers?
— William Earl
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