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Real or fake? Bieber sent Gomez nude photos, angry texts

Rappler.com
Reports have surfaced about a tense exchange between the stars via text, but the authenticity of these messages is also being questioned

IN BETTER TIMES. Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber at the 2011 American Music Awards

MANILA, Philippines – Just a few weeks after the pair was spotted together, RadarOnline.com has released screengrabs of a series of angry texts allegedly between Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez. According to the report, the texts were reportedly forwarded from a mobile phone that was registered to Selena’s stepfather Brian Teefey. 

The texts, as reported by RadarOnline, began with Justin telling Selena that he loved her. But when Selena told him that he was a drug addict and that he needed help, the conversation took a turn for the worse.  

(Read: Drugs found at Justin Bieber’s home – police) 

During the conversation, Justin also appeared to have sent a nude photo of himself to Selena, prompting her to ask why he was sending her those. The text exchange became even more heated as Justin rebuffed Selena’s messages, saying, “Can’t hear you over my cash, babe! You’re only famous cuz of me. You know it. I know. Everybody knows. Bye.” The exchange ended with Justin telling Selena to “go f*** someone else. Keep that talentless p*** away from me!” 

Read the full alleged text exchange here

Though the January 20 report from RadarOnline has said that texts have been verified, TMZ also came out with an earlier report dated January 17 saying that they have learned that the messages are actually fake. According to their report, which quoted snippets of the same texts as the one from RadarOnline, someone is attempting to shop those messages around to other media outlets. 

According to the Daily Mail, Selena’s representative Jill Fritzo replied “not real” when asked to comment about the situation. – Rappler.com

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