Selena Gomez 'bored of Justin Bieber's games'


Selena Gomez is reportedly "tired" of Justin Bieber's games. The young couple initially split in December 2012 after a two-year relationship, but have been on and off since then. At the moment it's thought they are spending time apart, apparently after Justin enjoyed a secret dinner with model Kendall Jenner - much to Selena's irritation, who he'd been with the morning of his meal with the teen.

'Justin's really putting in the effort, telling her how wonderful she is. It's standard behaviour... until they fall out again'

"Selena came all the way to Paris to hang out with Justin. But when she got there, she found out he'd arranged a solo dinner with Kendall behind her back," an insider told British magazine Heat. "Justin insisted it was a friendly meet-up, but Selena's tired of his games."

Selena went on to post cryptic messages on Instagram, apparently alluding to the breakup. However, it seems the Canadian heartthrob isn't ready to let his ex go just yet and has hopes that he will be able to win her back.

"Justin's really putting in the effort, telling her how wonderful she is. It's standard behaviour... until they fall out again," the source sighed.

It's been a difficult year for Justin, who has experienced several brushes with the law, such as pleading no contest to egging his neighbour's home. He also shocked fans when videos of him using racist language and laughing about it several years ago emerged. It's not only his admirers who were worried, British singer Jessie J recently revealed she went as far as writing him a letter offering her support - although she didn't post it.

"I just felt like it was my duty," she told British newspaper The Sun of the letter she penned. "I hand-wrote it old school. I was just like, ‘I’m here. You’re amazing.’ He’s f**king young and he’s got so much pressure on him."

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