Justin Bieber appeared to be slightly crushed on Saturday during his most recent interview following his breakup. But others have suggested that it may be the pop idol's fault that his relationship with Selena Gomez is over after cheating rumors have erupted.
Multiple sources confirmed on Friday that the young couple had split. During a radio interview on Saturday, Bieber stated that he was not sure about what was going on in his life.
"I don't know what to say," he said in an interview with Open House Party, neither confirming nor denying the news. "I don't know what's going on in my life. To even assess that it doesn't make sense 'cause I have not made any comment."
But while both Bieber and Gomez have remained silent on the issue, their Twitter accounts have been more active and suggested that there is a back story behind the couple's split. Actor David Deluise, who plays Gomez' on-screen father, posted a photo of himself with Gomez on Friday with a caption that read: "All women should be treated with respect. Listen up boy."
Rumors also surfaced last week that Bieber had been on a date with 19-year-old Victoria Secret's model Barbara Palvin. The couple was spotted attending the Broadway show "The Lion King." On Saturday, however, Bieber denied that there was anything between him and the model.
Bieber fans were also outraged by actress Jennifer Stone, who appeared with Gomez on the "Wizards of Waverly place, after she tweeted yet another suggestive message.
"That's why you don't rob the cradle, because babe's be trippin," she wrote.
"Don't you think that's a bit harsh?" one Twitter user responded. "Beliebers better get on this," another user added.
Either way, it appears that Bieber is looking for reconciliation.
"Justin would like to get back with Selena, and thinks it can happen," TMZ reported. "We're told the way Justin sees it ... they've broken up a bunch of times before and this is just another blip."
"We're told he's not freaked out," TMZ added, stating that "he thinks there's a good chance they'll make up."