The singer says she feels happier than ever.
It is no secret to anyone that Selena Gomez’s latest record material, Rare, is her way of closing the chapter of her stormy relationship with Justin Bieber.
In ‘Lose You To Love Me’, ‘Look At Her Now’ and ‘Cut You Off’, it refers to the toxicity of courtship, these becoming the means to release and heal their pain after the break.
And while the American singer has stated that it is already a top issue and feels happier than ever, the lyrics of her songs remain controversial.
In one of her most recent singles, the former Disney girl reveals how sorry she is for not having noticed things, much earlier.
“How could I confuse love with that crap,” says a part of the chorus of the song that bears the same name as the album, and it is more than obvious that it is dedicated to Bieber.
However, what has caused the most fuss is the little tattoo that now shows on its neck the interpreter of “It ain’t me”, and that is nothing more than this word that means so much to her: Rare.
This new album by Selena Gómez is listed as the best of the singer so far and, which symbolizes the recovery of her own love and her peace of mind, makes the material even more extraordinary.