Selena Gomez is done being a good little girl and keeping her mouth shut.
After years of being tortured and mistreated, the singer has a lot to say, and she’s starting with her confessional new album, Rare.
In a new interview with Billboard, Selly opens up about her comeback statement — and how it means taking no prisoners if that’s her truth to tell.
Speaking about how personal the songs get, she says:
“I’ve said this before, but I used to be terrified of saying anything. I would find myself protecting people that never protected me or cared for me.”
Dayum! We guess we know the main person she’s talking about there.
A lot of the lyrics on Rare — particularly on the early single Lose You to Love Me — are very clearly about how ex Justin Bieber treated her as disposable.
While bestie Taylor Swift…