Selena Gomez already denied on Instagram that she was talking about Justin Bieber’s music video muse in All That Matters, but desperate for fame the Cailin Russo retaliated against Princess Selena’s innocent comments. Selena posted on Instagram:
‘I thought he only liked the Latina category. Smh.. #nomakeup #hatewhengirlssaythat’ and Russo thinks the note was intentionally aimed at her. She blabbed to Cosmopolitan: ‘It was clearly directed at him with me in the video, but like I said I was just doing my job. Selena is a superstar and I’m just a girl in a video. She’s his ex, and I’m sure they still have feelings for each other.
If my phone is out and I’m with people, I don’t want anyone to see if he texts me or FaceTimes me, ya know? I had a boyfriend up until the video and the drop. We broke up for about a week after, but we’re back together.. for now.
In the beginning it was kind of weird because I had never kissed anyone on set that passionately or that famous. I wasn’t a super fan of his before I did this and I just kept thinking to myself that people would kill to do this. I got butterflies and I do still to this day.
After the shoot wrapped it felt so surreal, I even got a speeding ticket after the shoot because I was on such a high. I guess you could say I wouldn’t mind doing it again.’
Bieber kisses girl who was in a car accident going to his concert under! NOTE: Saint Selena is #8 on TIME’S Best Dressed Of 2013! Sel will also perform at 2014 BorderFest in Hidalgo, Texas on March 8.
UPDATE: Bieber was threatened with arrest by airport police when his entourage was detained in Australia on suspicion of drug offenses. The Candadian douche and his entourage were stopped by members of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) after flying into Brisbane International Airport as part of the Baby star’s Believe world tour.
Two sniffer dogs reportedly targeted the group’s luggage, and one of Bieber’s crew, an unnamed 23-year-old man, was allegedly caught carrying cannabis. The traveler was ordered to appear in court to answer a charge of importing a border-controlled drug, named as cannabis, into the country.