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Justin Bieber NOT Dumped, Selena Gomez Just Left Country

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Well, has she or hasn’t she? Within minutes of the story breaking that Selena Gomez has dumped Justin Bieber over his impending paternity suit, his team were quick to rally around to refute the claim. But whatever the truth, Selena and Justin are in different countries right now!

Justin Bieber is telling friends that he and Selena Gomez have not split despite confusion in their camp about the breakup. Confusion? Ya don’t say!

“Selena simply left the country because she had a scheduled appearance at the MTV EMA’s she is hosting,” a source said.

That might sound fair enough but why did Justin Bieber not go with her? The two have rarely been spotted apart at awards ceremonies since they got together as a couple eight months ago. Why start now?

Have the damage limitation measures in the Justin Bieber camp gone wrong?

We have only just heard today that Selena had dumped him but was being swayed by Justin’s advisors to stay together for two weeks until the paternity scandal had passed.

“Not true. They’re young and in love,” the source said.

Who do you believe now?

UPDATE: Justin Bieber went to Northern Ireland too! Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez were spotted out together on Saturday night, for the first time since his paternity suit scandal broke. Relax, everyone; it doesn’t look like Justin Bieber has been dumped!

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