Selena Gomez deletes snippet from upcoming song as it relates to old love Justin Bieber?

An American magazine reported claims last week that Selena Gomez is pregnant with The Weeknd's baby

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Selena Gomez will be releasing her new song on March 17 Pinterest

A snippet from an upcoming song by Selena Gomez has been released, and according to rumours the song is awash with the remnants of her failed romance with singer Justin Bieber.

Selena posted a small clip of her upcoming song online last week but it was later removed by the singer due to some issues related to copyright claims. On 6 February the singer also clarified the reason why she had to remove the clip. "The teaser of It Ain't Me that I posted (a) few days ago has been copyright claim (sic) by RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America). Omg what is happenning (sic)," she said.

After a snippet of her new song 'It Ain't Me' was released Selena's fans, the Selenators quickly picked up on the song's lyrics and guessed that the song strongly relates to her past romantic relationship with Justin Bieber. The song is reported by MSN to be released on March 17.

However, Selena Gomez is now in a romantic relationship with The Weeknd and the couple had been out for a romantic break. Selena also shared a video on 30 January with her boyfriend sitting in the back of a boat during a canal ride in Florence, Italy.

In the clip The Weeknd can be seen wearing sunglasses and a hoodie over his head and a denim jacket.The post was quickly deleted by the 'Good For You' singer which was reportedly featuring a cute emoji face with love heart eyes.

An American magazine reported claims last week that Selena Gomez is pregnant with The Weeknd's baby. Life & Style is claiming that the couple is planning a wedding.

She's [dropped] several hints that she's expecting, complaining to those close to her that she's too tired to stay out and that she feels nauseous. When she's not nauseous, though, she's having weird cravings, and she can't stop eating ice cream!" an insider told the publication.

This article was first published on February 8, 2017