"He was trying to make it obvious that he was with someone", a source told US Weekly.
After 10 months of dating, Abel and Selena split only two weeks ago and while the Bad Liar singer went right back to her ex, Justin Bieber, 23, The Weekend doesn't seem to be too slow on the whole rebound game either. Gomez even wore Bieber's sweaty jersey out! "It just got too insane last week with all the attention", the source said. "He doesn't feel any rush, because no doubt they are already emotionally back together", the source continued, before acknowledging that Bieber knows he still has some work to do.
"Justin cancelled his tour to take care of his mental health and he wants to continue to focus on this". They agreed to stay more "low-key", the source said.
The source said: "She still loves him but has her guard up".
Raisa donated her kidney to Gomez in September, and she wants nothing but the best for her good friend. Gomez was treated for depression a few years back. "He also apologised for hurting her in the past". The "Red" singer uttered this statement in reference to Bieber.
But since Abel and the 24-year-old "Fetish" singer - who has recently been linked with her ex partner Justin Bieber - called it quits at the end of October, he has reportedly "been in contact" with his former flame.
Gionee M7 Power debuts in India, priced at INR 16999
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Mazda6 Gets New Turbo 2.5-Liter Engine
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Trump Declares Trade 'Rules Have Changed' as Asia Trip Concludes
The former reality TV star had initially planned to skip the summit, then backtracked after criticism it could be seen as a snub. Government officials estimate that well over 3,000 people, mostly drug users and dealers, have died in the ongoing crackdown.