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Does Justin Bieber still have a tattoo of his former flame Selena Gomez? Discover


During Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber’s on-and-off relationship, the latter decided to prove his love for his then-girlfriend Gomez with tattoos. Inspired by a photoshoot for Wolves’s Elle magazine, Bieber decided to ink her picture on his left wrist. He also added wings to this tattoo which could indicate that Gomez is an angel.

Now amid the ongoing online drama between Selena Gomez and Hailey Bieber, fans are claiming that Justin has been flaunting his former flame’s tattoos. There were also rumors that Hailey and Justin Bieber had broken up after this online feud.

Justin Bieber tattoo

Bieber’s fans claim that after his birthday in March 2023, the Peaches singer shared snaps on Instagram of him wearing a gray blazer with the left side turned up. Some fans of Selena and Justin also claim that Bieber has a tattoo on his neck that is also dedicated to the singer of wolves in which a rose is designed along with an S.

Also read: I Hate Selena Gomez: Hailey Bieber’s Ex-Stylist Posts Controversial Statement And Fans Are Not Happy

In light of this, fans are wondering why Bieber didn’t get rid of Selena’s tattoo even after he had so many resources. The Peaches singer could easily get a tattoo of his former flame Selena Gomez if he wanted to.

In a 2016 interview with GQ, Bieber revealed that he tried to cover up this tattoo by shading Gomez’s face but people would still know. Two years later he also posted and said: ‘Over a hundred hours of hard work on my body and I’m not going to get one body back. I absolutely love art and have made my body a canvas which is so much fun.”

On The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Justin Bieber said that at the end of the day, every tattoo has a story to tell even if it’s not your favorite.

Also read: Justin Bieber takes Hailey Bieber’s side amid Selena Gomez feud, shares adorable photos from beach getaway

Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.