Fans were shocked to hear Charlie Puth say ‘F*** you, Justin Bieber’ during his March 11 concert, and up until now, we had no idea why he dissed the 22-year-old singer. But HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned it had something to do with Selena Gomez. Find out all the details here!
Charlie Puth took a major stand against Justin Bieber during his March 11 concert. He has since apologized, but HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned why Charlie said “F*** you, Justin Bieber” while performing “We Don’t Talk Anymore” — a song he recorded with Selena Gomez.
“This song that Charlie wrote wasn’t originally written about Selena and Justin’s relationship, but after he talked to her about appearing on the song and the stories she told him about Justin, it was something that seemed to fit perfectly. He has since seen that the song is basically all about everything Justin and Selena went through. The dress line in the duet is a reference to ‘Good For You’ as well to add some more smoke to the fire. All the things that she told Charlie in the collaboration process about Justin really stuck, and Charlie is siding with Selena’s part of the story. The diss was going to be said eventually, Charlie knew he was going to say it at some point because Selena’s emotions really spoke to him. He doesn’t like Justin and he certainly doesn’t like the games he played with Selena,” a source tell HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
We love that Charlie felt the need to stick up for Selena, but perhaps he should have reached out to Justin personally and vented his feelings, rather than blasting the Biebs during a concert.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Are you upset Charlie dissed Justin, or are you happy he stood up for Selena? Tell us below!