When you break up with one of the biggest 18-year-old pop stars in the world, chances are he might sing about it once or twice
While we wait for the sordid details of the Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber breakup to bubble to the surface [insert evil witch laugh], we'll just have to sit back and examine every little thing Selena and Justin do and believe that those things are actually secret messages to the other party. What... Is that not normal?
The first low blow from Bieber's side came this weekend at his show in Boston: A cover of Justin Timberlake's "Cry Me A River," his 2002 Justified song that famously bashed his ex Britney Spears in the video. Bieber's covered the song before way back when he was just a YouTube star, but given that this performance was right after the announcement of his split from Gomez, you can't help but read between the lines.