The Weeknd Disses Justin Bieber On New Track?

02-16-2017
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Justin Bieber

(Radio.com) On a new track called "Some Way," the Weeknd lends Toronto rapper/producer NAV his support with vocals, and the lyrics will surely have fans speculating that he is insulting pop star Justin Bieber.

The Weeknd is currently dating Justin Bieber's ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez, and Justin has insulted the singer on multiple occasions. On "Some Way" The Weeknd appears to fire back, addressing a jealous ex-boyfriend.

"Think your girl fell in love with me," he sings. "I just took that chick, and I know you feelin' some way. She just want a n- like me, you feelin' some way. She say my f and my tongue game a remedy." Listen to the track here.

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